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CyberScoop's 2017 Top Women in Cybersecurity
In our inaugural list, we honor those who are upending the status quo.
Top Women in Cybersecurity: Donna Dodson
Donna Dodson has multiple roles at the National Institute of Standards and Technology — the U.S. government's premier measurement and testing laboratory.
Top Women in Cybersecurity: Masha Sedova
Masha Sedova co-founded Elevate Security, where she tests user behavior and puts them on campaigns to practice new security behavior.
Top Women in Cybersecurity: Mischel Kwon
Over a three-decade career in security, Mischel Kwon held a succession of increasingly highly-ranked technical leadership positions before founding MKACyber, a security consulting firm that assesses and builds security operations centers and runs a managed SOC service.
Top Women in Cybersecurity: Kimber Dowsett
Kimber Dowsett is a security architect for 18F, a specialized technology division within the General Services Administration, or GSA, that’s been called the U.S. government’s startup.
Top Women in Cybersecurity: Niloofar Howe
As Chief Strategy Officer for RSA, Niloofar Howe responsible for the health and direction of the business, as well as figuring out a way large incumbent companies like RSA can work with a broad set of companies to deliver on the changing needs of her customers.