Three Wire Systems Appoints Serena Bliss as Chief Information Security Officer

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Serena Bliss

Three Wire Systems has appointed Serena Bliss, formerly senior information assurance officer at Lockheed Martin subcontractor eSolution Architects, as the new chief information security officer at Three Wire.

Bliss has more than 15 years of cybersecurity experience in areas such as application development, certification and accreditation, Three Wire said Wednesday.

She previously managed eSA’ special project development work to support the security postures of systems that utilize the U.S. Air Force‘s information and application web gateway.

She served for six years in the Air Force as a computer programmer and system administrator and helped create a software program designed to support the logistical operations of the military service.

Bliss has also assisted in the maintenance, accreditation and protection of simulation systems for space command and control, ground radar control and space lift maintenance operators training.

She is an ISC2 Certified Information System Security Professional, an EC-Council certified ethical hacker and hacking forensic investigator, and a Cisco certified entry network technician.

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