Online Registration is now closed for this event. Walk-in's welcome, Walk-In Fee: $45
You Now Have Plans for Lunch on Wednesday, February 25, 2015
The WIT Leadership in partnership with Women in Technology, are pleased to announce the next WIT luncheon series event featuring:
Paula Fetterman, VP Enterprise Security at T. Rowe Price, Security Program Management Office (PMO)
11:30am Registration and lunch
12:00pm Paula Fetterman on her background, career path, and current role
12:30pm Q/A & Open discussion
We are also pleased to be able to support Dress for Success and their efforts in assisting men and women to be able to dress for the business world. Please bring gently worn business attire and accessories to donate to this wonderful cause. IMPORTANT NOTE - CLOTHES MUST BE ON HANGERS AND DRY CLEANED. Thank you!
$25.00 - Members and Non-Members
Paula Fetterman's Bio:
Paula Fetterman has BA in Economics and Math from New College of USF and a Masters in Public Policy (MPP) from The College of William & Mary. She is currently a Vice President with Enterprise Security at T. Rowe Price, where she manages the Security Program Management Office and is responsible for:
• Security Awareness and Phishing
• Security Risk & Vendor Assessments
• IT Security Policy Framework
• Audit, Reporting, Metrics, and Organizational Strategy
• Project Management and Support
Paula previously managed Fannie Mae's Vulnerability and Threat (VTM) team, building out the network and desktop vulnerability scanning program, coordinating the analysis and implementation of National Vulnerability Database (NVDB) alerts, and conducting application and network vulnerability assessments. She managed Fannie Mae's gateway proxy anti-virus appliance, performing issue management of botnet infections and technology use policy violations, coordinated the removal of end-of-life hardware and software, and implemented credentialed scanning within the Enterprise. Paula also helped design, implement, and execute internal controls for logging and monitoring of privileged activities within a Sarbanes-Oxley framework to remediate OFHEO regulatory findings.
Prior to Fannie Mae, Paula was a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM. She worked primarily with government agencies in the DC area, including SSA, VA, and DOD on issues related to change management, data analysis, and cybersecurity.