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Women in Security

Women in Security Feature: Alicia Dawson – ‘My journey has been one of challenges, small victories, and life-changing moments’

October 11, 2023Cory Harris, Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—Alicia Dawson calls her inspiration to work within the security industry “an act of destiny.” Dawson is the lead cybersecurity engineer at The MITRE Corp., a private, non-for-profit corporation that operates federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs), based out of Bedford, Mass., and McLean, Va. She told Security Systems News how she began her career in the security industry 20 years ago at the company she still works for to this day. “After...

2023, Alcorn State University, Alicia Dawson, Chris Barber, Craig DeRose, Daniel Finley, Dawson CyberSecurity Consulting, Donny Carrington, Ed Cochrane, Gail Shelton, Gloria Ellis, Gordon Lynch, International Organization of Black Security Executives (IOBSE), ISC East, Katie Greatti, Kim Hooper, Lee Schuh, MetLife Stadium, Security Systems News (SSN), SIA Women in Security Forum (WISF), The MITRE Corp., United States Department of Defense (DoD)

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Women in Security

SSN, SIA WISF continue partnership to promote diversity

January 13, 2023Cory Harris, Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security Systems News is proud to be partnering again this year with the Security Industry Association's (SIA’s) Women in Security Forum (WISF), which helped select an incredibly diverse list of security professionals (see list below) to be highlighted in special features throughout 2023. SSN and SIA WISF began the partnership in 2021 and in 2022, expanded coverage beyond one issue with one person profiled in each issue, as well as online at “We...

Alana Batschelet, Alicia Dawson, Brooke Erickson, Cindy Ponder, Dakota Bierly, Deanna VanHout, Destiny Mojica-Taylor, Intel Corp., Jill Bartyzal, Kasia Hanson, Maria Castellanos, Melanie Spring, Nisha Advani, Security Systems News (SSN), SIA Women in Security Forum (WISF), Sonika Kapur, Tia Eskandari

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