Sari Stern Greene
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Sari Stern Greene
|Job title of nominated professional||Cybersecurity Educator and Author|
|Company (where nominated professional or team is working)||Sari Greene Group|
|Company size (employees)||1 to 9|
|Headquarters Region||North America|
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1. Sari's enthusiasm for mentoring and encouraging the next generation of Cybersecurity Professionals.
Sari Greene was at the forefront of the Cybersecurity battlefield when she founded Sage Data Security in 2002. Headquartered in Portland, Maine, Sage Data Security is a premier provider of Cybersecurity services nationwide. In 2012, a private investment firm acquired Sage. Sari continues to be a driving force in the company’s strategic direction and is a member of the holding company’s Board of Directors.
An expert Cybersecurity practioner, Sari devotes her time to both mentoring the next generation of Cybersecurity professionals and enhancing the skill set of current practitioners. Sari’s body of work includes the best-selling the Complete CISSP Certification Video, CISSP Exam Prep Video, the Complete CISA Certification Video, and being released in 3rd quarter of 2017, the Complete Security+ Certification Video. She is also the author of “Security Programs and Policies; Principles and Practices” now in its second edition; being used by colleges and universities worldwide.
Sari has published a number of articles related to Cybersecurity, has been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN and on CNBC, speaks regularly at Cybersecurity, legal, financial and healthcare conferences and workshops around the country, and is a frequent guest lecturer on college campuses. Sari is an ardent supporter of the community college system and is a member of the SMCC Cybersecurity Program Advisory Committee.
Sari serves on the Bangor Savings Bank Board of Directors and is chair of the Enterprise Risk Management Committee. Sari provided expert witness testimony in the groundbreaking PATCO v. Ocean National Bank case, represents industry on the Massachusetts Bankers Association Cybersecurity Task Force, and is a member of the American Bankers Association Cybersecurity faculty. Since 2010, she has served a chairperson of the CyberCrime Symposium held annually in New England.