Pitt Cyber Resident Scholar Named Influential Figure in National Security

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Kiersten E. Todt, resident scholar at the University of Pittsburgh Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security, has been designated one of 2017’s Most Influential People in Security by Security Magazine. The annual honor recognizes top security executives and leaders who are positively impacting their industry and broader security landscape.

At Pitt Cyber, Todt is a part of the senior leadership team, playing an integral role in bringing the University to the forefront of national cybersecurity policy development. Before coming to Pitt, Todt headed up the national cybersecurity commission, which helped carry out then-President Barack Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan.