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Pam Lindemoen

Chief Information Security Officer Advisor

Global Security Specialist Organization

Pam Lindemoen is an Information Security executive leader with over 25 years of experience within the IT industry. Pam joined Cisco from Anthem, Inc. where she held the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer role. While at Anthem, she was considered a bold and strategic thinker who envisioned and delivered the world-class Enterprise Information Security strategy, including the Steering Committee with cross-functional business and technology membership. Pam was also a key advisor to the litigation process and full program development during and after an unprecedented cyber-attack. The foundation for her success was built upon her innate ability to foster business partnerships and support all stakeholder needs. Prior to Anthem, Pam had significant success leading business development, software development, IT operations, program improvements and direct sales. In her executive leadership positions, she has played pivotal roles in the development of innovative products and services for key accounts and developed IT solution strategies that led to multibillion dollar contracts with global vendors and customers. Not allowing her intrinsic drive and commitment to stop with success in running business, Pam is dedicated to the encouragement of women in business and IT. In addition to her track record of mentoring women into the Information Security space, she was inaugural member of the Anthem Women in Technology Steering Committee. This resource group provided a forum to discuss, share, and learn more about concepts that are unique to women working in the technology field. She is also an avid community activist and volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity and Tampa Bay Watch. Pam is a native of Atlanta, GA and currently resides in St. Petersburg, FL where she enjoys cheering on the Tampa Bay Lightning, boating, and spending time with her family.

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January 14, 2022

SECURITY

There is no substitute for a CISO…or is there?

When CISOs invest time in a Deputy, they have the ability to cover more demands of the role, while preparing their organization for the future.