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Uncharted path to IT and compliance with Digital River's Dyann Bradbury
This article is part of the Information Security issue of February 2017, Vol. 19, No. 1
Dyann Bradbury is the senior director of compliance at Digital River, a global e-commerce technology provider that processes online transactions in Europe, China and South America. "My role is to build that trust between IT and compliance," said Bradbury, who joined the company, based in Minnetonka, Minn., in 2006. She also served as president of the InfraGard National Members Alliance from 2009 to 2012. Bradbury chatted with Marcus J. Ranum about her early interest in computers and the path that lead her to become head of IT and compliance for the company's global business units. Was there anything you'd identify in your childhood that set you on a course for your professional career? How did you wind up where you are now? Dyann Bradbury: Where I was raised, you grew up, went to high school, got married, had a job -- only you were a farmer's wife -- and that's it. Or you were a secretary or taught school. I happened to get a job at a bank when I was in high school, so I could go there and work in the morning for a couple of ...
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