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Top 100 women in cybersecurity 2020

We take a look at the top one hundred women in cybersecurity, congratulations to everyone who made the list.

|Aug 8|magazine8 min read

 The Cyber Defence Magazine has revealed the comprehensive list of the top one hundred women in cybersecurity. Featuring inspirational female leaders from large corporations such as the Coca-Cola Company and Microsoft. 

The full list is as follows:

  • Ekta Sirwani from Abbott 
  • Christy Wyatt from Absolute
  • Sydna Kelley from Alert Logic
  • Joyce Brocaglia from Alta Associates
  • Hong Jai from AppEsteem Corporation
  • Marilyn Piccolo from Assurant
  • Sarah Ashburn from Attivo Networks
  • Carolyn Crandall from Attivo Networks
  • Jaya Baloo from Avast
  • Liz Shulof from BeyondTrust
  • Chris Brazdziunas from Bitdefender
  • Debbie Umbach from BitSight
  • Cherri Heart from CarMax
  • Dorit Dor from Check Point
  • Keenan Skelly from Circadence
  • Jay Koehler from Cisco
  • Jane Frankland from CISO Advisor
  • Galina Antova from Claroty
  • Mali Yared from Coalfire 
  • Mandy Pote from Coalfire
  • Jadee Hanson from Code42
  • Linda Cooper Angles from Conduent
  • Sigalit Shavit from CyberArk
  • Orel Pery from CyberProof
  • Deidre Diamond from CyberSN
  • Nicole Eagan from DarkTrace
  • Deborah Wheeler from Delta Air Lines
  • Deepika Chauhan from DigiCert
  • Masha Sedova from Elevate Security
  • Ellison Anne Williams from EnVeil
  • Connie McIntosh from Ericsson
  • Yatia Hopkins from eSentire
  • Elsa Ferreira from Evercore 
  • Lori Murray from Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security Risk Management & Privacy
  • Kara Sprague from F5 Networks
  • Meerah Rajavel from Forcepoint
  • Ellen Sundra from ForeScout
  • Ola Sergatchov from Guardicore
  • Saryu Nayyar from Gurucul
  • Jennifer Arcuri from Hacker.House
  • Christy Wheaton from Henry Ford Health Systems
  • Erin McLean from Herjavec Group
  • Patricia Hinerman from IGP
  • Renée Burton from Infoblox
  • Nadia Malinoff-Kan from Intezer
  • Jennifer Steffens from IOActive
  • Apurva Kumar from Lookout
  • Bridget Kravchenko from Meritor
  • Eva Chen from Microsoft
  • Mischel Kwon from WatchTower
  • Angelique Grado from MRC Global
  • Barbara Hunt from NetAbstraction
  • Sasi Murthy from Netskope
  • Araceli Giguere from Netskope
  • Sri Subramanian from Netskope
  • Stephanie Fohn from NeuVector
  • Carla Donev from NiSource
  • Lisa Xu from NopSec
  • Diane Janosek from NSA
  • Sagit Manor from Nyotron
  • Ning Wang from Offensive Security
  • Ashish Larivee from Onapsis
  • Yuval Lazar from Pcysys 
  • Anna Collard from Popcorn Training
  • Anna Pobletts from Praetorian
  • Jennifer Watson from Raytheon
  • Teresa Shea from Raytheon Intelligence & Space
  • Julie Parrish from RedSeal
  • Michelle Nguyen from Remediant
  • Jenna Raby from RiskIQ 
  • Frances Dewing from Rubica
  • Shira Akov from SafeBreach
  • Alicia Lynch from SAIC
  • Dr. Lydia Kostopoulos from Sapien21
  • Sivan Ganot from SecuringSAM
  • Susanne Gurman from SecurityScorecard
  • Christine de Souza from SOSI
  • Rita Gurevich from SPHERE Technology Solutions
  • Janine Darling from Stash.Global
  • Dasha Deckwerth from Stealth-ISS Group Inc
  • Aimei Wei from Stellar Cyber
  • Natali Tshuva from Sternum
  • Nina Wyatt from Sunflower Bank
  • Kristin Cornish from The Coca-Cola Company
  • Jessica Smith from The Crypsis Group
  • Catherine Allen from The Santa Fe Group
  • Anne Bonaparte from Three Degrees Consulting
  • Nicola Whiting from Titania
  • Catherine McCully from JX
  • Eva Chen from TrendMicro
  • Dr. Bhavani from University of Texas
  • Galina Datskovsky from Vaporstream
  • Jennifer Wang from Vectra.AI
  • Shari McLaren from WatchGuard Technologies
  • Michelle Welch from WatchGuard Technologies
  • Dina Haines from WhiteOps
  • Lynn Dohm from WiCyS 
  • Lisa Jiggetts from Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu
  • Stina Ehrensvard from Yubico

Cybersecurity is at the heart of every business and this is especially prevalent now, as many companies face security threats such as Garmin’s ransomware attack and Twitter’s major hack.

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