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Joyce Brocaglia “Cyber Security School Challenge”

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Joyce Brocaglia joins Dave and Bill in the CyberHood today!! They'll be discussing issues dealing with current news stories... Next week Alta Associates’ Executive Women’s Forum, (EWF) will be announcing an alliance aimed at educating K-12 school aged children about cyber security called the “Cyber Security School Challenge”. The alliance is being backed by Carnegie Mellon University, the National Cyber Security Alliance and Own Your Space. This is a major initiative that is expected to educate thousands of kids by the end of the year.

 

Joyce Brocaglia is the President and CEO of Alta Associates, Inc. www.altaassociates.com

 

Founded in 1986 Alta Associates is widely acknowledged as the leading search firm in IT Risk Management, Information Security and Privacy. Having successfully partnered with global enterprises for 20 years, Alta has built world class IT Risk and Information Security organizations.

 

Ms. Brocaglia is sought after for her deep knowledge of market conditions, business intelligence and ability to create industry alliances. With 20 years of experience acting as a strategic advisor to her clients, she has gained the trust and respect of the industry's most influential executives.

 

In September of 2003 Information Security Magazine honored Ms. Brocaglia with a "Women of Vision" award naming her one of the 25 most influential women in the information security industry. In 2003, Ms. Brocaglia also founded the Executive Women's Forum on Information Security, Privacy and Risk Management; a ground breaking event for women executives in the information security industry to exchange ideas and best practices. www.infosecuritywomen.com

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