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2019 Trust Report Findings by Synack Crowdsourced Security Testing

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As our world becomes more digital, consumers are re-evaluating assumptions about what, who, and how they trust. Companies, with the guidance of CISOs and security teams, are re-evaluating how they uphold their brand promises. Security is at the center of this shift, and it’s more important than ever for organizations to build trust with their consumers through delivering secure products and services.

In this discussion we speak with Anne-Marie Chun Witt, Director of Product Marketing at crowdsourced security firm Synack. Synack harnesses a crowd of the world's most skilled ethical hackers and empowers them with AI technology to deliver effective and trusted security to modern enterprises. Synack’s comprehensive penetration testing delivers real-time, actionable results to G2000 companies and government-agencies and transforms them into secure enterprises that consumers trust.

Anne-Marie Chun Witt leads the product marketing organization at Synack, the Trusted Crowdsourced Security Testing Platform. In this role, she is responsible for the strategy and go-to-market of the industry's only security testing platform to seamlessly integrate Human Intelligence (HI) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at scale. Anne-Marie also serves on the leadership team of the Synack Government business, which she launched in 2016 alongside the landmark Hack the Pentagon program with the U.S. Department of Defense.

Previously, Anne-Marie has held product and marketing positions at various Silicon Valley companies, including her role as a founding member of the Splunk data practice team. She holds a BA with Honors in International Relations from Stanford University and an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where she was a Wharton Lauder Fellow.