Features Women in Technology

Julie Judd – Ventura County Office of Education

Est. reading time: 5 mins

According to the K12 Security Information eXchange, student data is one of the top commodities on the dark web. That’s because it’s not monitored as closely as data generated by adults, giving criminals more time to exploit information including social security numbers and medical histories.  “Students don’t have established credit, so we need to do […]

Rachel Porteous – Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Within the broader scope of the country’s government operations, the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada, or FINTRAC, is a relatively small agency staffed by between 500 and 600 people.  Its mandate is much larger, however. According to Rachel Porteous, the Centre’s chief information officer, one of its most pressing responsibilities involves a […]

Vai Haridas – Otsuka Pharmaceutical Companies Inc. (U.S.)

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In her day job, Vai Haridas leads a commercial IT team that ensures technology solutions for employees and customers developed by Otsuka Pharmaceuticals Cos. (U.S.) reach the market compliantly. That’s included ensuing that updates to Abilify MyCite—a “digital pill” which contains a sensor—pass muster with regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. But […]

Najma Sultana – Veem

Est. reading time: 4 mins

It’s often said an infotech and cybersecurity department needs to be regarded as a business function, and that may hold especially true for digital payments processors. It’s a message that Najma Sultana brought to Veem in early 2020. The San Francisco- and Ottawa-based firm provides a global payments platform, including option of payments via credit […]

Mimi Royston – American International College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

While normalcy returns to campuses everywhere, COVID-19’s effects remain and not just for public health. With remote study options existing since the spring of 2020, opportunity has abounded for hackers. More recently, federal authorities have warned how the Russian-Ukrainian conflict unleashed a new wave of cyberattacks on Western energy, finance, communications and, yes, higher-education infrastructure. […]

Elisabeth Weber – Expel

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Jane Doe isn’t the only sales rep at Acme Widgets who spends some of her weekends catching up on emails and unfinished tasks. In fact, since she’s been working remotely, she’s found it easier to fulfill the oft-competing demands of her home and family lives. She can get a lot done in what used to […]

Brandie Reynolds – Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Brandie Reynolds has learned a couple of things about the judicial system as deputy chief information officer for the Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County. First, court proceedings take much more coordination than what anyone sees. Second, connecting all the participants is complex work. Reynolds, whose 20-year career in tech includes working in health […]

Andrea Campbell – Keuka College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Depending on whom you ask, a college degree is either an overpriced piece of paper—a ticket to 20 years of hemorrhaging salary to pay down student loans—or an absolute must, without which professional success is near-unattainable. As the narratives surrounding higher education become ever more muddied, millions of would-be undergrads are left searching for clarity; […]

Cobb County

Est. reading time: 4 mins

After 20 years at Turner Field in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, the Atlanta Braves have moved to Sun Trust Park in the Cumberland neighborhood of nearby Cobb County. The scenery change is just one indication of county’s recent tech development efforts—showing that Cobb County can handle the auto and foot traffic once relegated to Atlanta proper. […]

Augusta, Georgia, CityWatch

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Tameka Allen, the longtime director of information technology in Augusta and Richmond County in Georgia, got something of a battlefield promotion in 2014. Her responsibilities were upgraded to interim city administrator in the months that passed between the dismissal of veteran boss Fred Russell and the hiring of Janice Allen Jackson. While most comfortable in […]

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