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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

SecureMySocial President, Shira Rubinoff, Named Outstanding Woman In InfoSec

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New York, NY – November 21, 2017 - SecureMySocial, Inc. is proud to announce today that its President, Shira Rubinoff, was named this year’s Outstanding Woman in InfoSec, at the annual Cyberhub Summit in Atlanta.
Rubinoff, who previously served as President of Green Armor Solutions, is well known throughout the information security industry for her expertise in the human factors affecting the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of data. She is a previous recipient of CSO magazine’s Women of Influence award and of the Executive Women’s Forum’s One to Watch award, and was the youngest ever recipient of NJBiz’s 50 Best Women in Business award.
“We chose to honor Shira because she has bridged her background as a psychologist to bring new perspectives to the information security world,” said Karin Zalcberg, CEO of the Cyberhub Summit. “Shira has a unique take on the industry and is a leader in understanding the human factors and social elements impacting data security, which are quickly becoming among the most important areas of the profession.”
“The team at SecureMySocial is proud of our award winning President’s accomplishments, and congratulate her on this well-deserved honor,” said Joseph Steinberg, CEO of SecureMySocial. “We are happy to see Shira recognized for her influence, which extends way beyond our offices, and has impacted so many information security professionals worldwide.”
About SecureMySocial:
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