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Rebecca Bace


Rebecca Bace, a security technology expert, is the President and CEO of the network security consulting practice, Infidel, Inc. She built her consulting practice upon thirteen years experience in the NSA, where she served as a senior electronics engineer, led the Computer Misuse and Anomaly Detection (CMAD) Research program, and served as a charter member of the NSA's Information Security (Infosec) Research and Technology Group (R2).(1)(2)

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1 : http://www.infidel.net/bios/bacebio.php

2 : http://www.iup.edu/news.aspx?id=72885

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