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Angie Messer of Booz Allen Highlights Need to Build Infosec Talent

Angie Messer
Angie Messer

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 29, 2015 — Angie Messer, executive vice president for predictive analytics within Booz Allen Hamilton’s (NYSE: BAH) Strategic Innovation Group, has called for more programs that would widen opportunities for a career in information security, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

“The adaptive nature of cyber threats demands a talent management strategy that will broaden the skillsets and knowledge of the information security profession, ” Messer said in a Booz Allen press release announcing the release of a Frost & Sullivan white paper that examines the role of the female workforce in security.

“We must demonstrate to young women thinking about entering the industry the many opportunities that await them and reinforce for those currently working in cybersecurity that they have bright futures ahead.”

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