Dana is a Cyber Security Partner globally responsible for Deloitte’s Emerging Technologies cybersecurity group. She has worked in the last 15 years on helping organizations to improve security in both their IT and OT environments, including IOT and IIOT, working on building strategies and developing implementation plans which help companies prepare for a future which is digital. Additionally, Dana acts as strategic advisor to the World Economic Forum on cyber risk. Over the past 7 years, she has been supporting the Forum to create a platform for collaboration around a quantification model for cyber risks.
25 WOMEN IN CYBER
Cyberattacks are the number one business risk in most of the world, according to a 2022 study from the World Economic Forum. Not all cyber threats are alike, and diverse problems require diverse solutions. Yet, the cyber industry is predominantly led by men. How can we solve this significant threat to the business world with only half of the population? Fortunately, the women who make up that percentage are some of the fiercest in the greater technology industry. In this series, The Female Quotient and Deloitte are putting a spotlight on 25 women at the forefront of the cyber revolution, amplifying their career advice and sharing their insights on how the industry will evolve in the future. Their stories are proof that behind every functioning society is a woman in cyber.