Practicing the Golden Rule

Ritchey, Diane
April 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2010, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p60
Trade Publication
An interview with Deb Jaramillo, a security officer for Shearer & Associates Inc. (ASIS), is presented. When asked how she got into the security industry, she states she was encouraged by her teacher Terry Odum to join the ASIS. She discusses the challenges in protecting intellectual property. Jaramillo mentions that although she is new to the security profession, she has an amazing support system and is respected by her colleagues and friends.


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