Infosec Institute Announces 2021 Hall of Fame Inductees 

Infosec Institute, a leading cybersecurity education company, today announced four new 2021 Infosec Hall of Fame inductees. Established in 2020 to recognize and celebrate the professional successes and industry leadership of Infosec alumni, the Infosec Hall of Fame committees selects top candidates from hundreds of nominations each year.

Hall of Fame inductees were selected based on their career successes and contributions to the cybersecurity industry, as well as their future career goals. The 2021 Infosec Hall of Fame inductees are: 

  • Sal Salisbury, Federal Modern Work Solutions Specialist, Microsoft
  • Lili-Ann Mitchell, Global Head of Security, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) and President, Consultation Lili-Ann Mitchell Inc. 
  • Jayce Hill, Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
  • Josh Hamit, CIO, Altra Federal Credit Union

Hall of Fame inductees will be recognized during the Infosec Inspire Awards ceremony held on October 19, 2021, during the virtual Infosec Inspire User Conference. The only event of its kind, Inspire is hyper-focused on building a culture of security — equipping cybersecurity leaders with knowledge and insights to develop employee cyber skills, strengthen security awareness and make a lasting impact. Learn more about Infosec Inspire here.

Profiles on each 2021 Infosec Hall of Fame inductees will be released over the coming months and featured on the Infosec website. To follow their stories and receive other Infosec news, subscribe to the Infosec newsletter. 

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