Carole Fennelly got her first Unix login in 1980 on a PDP 11/70 running PWB Unix, moved on to testing phone switches at Bell Labs and for the next 10 years was a Unix Systems Administrator on various Unix distros before moving on to consulting as a systems and security administrator in the Manhattan Financial sector for the next 15 years. In 2006, Ron Gula convinced her to join his little start-up, Tenable, to help build out technical content that aligned with Tenable products. During this time, she also authored some of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Solaris and Red Hat benchmarks, which are used globally as configuration standards to secure IT systems. As a CISO advisor, Carole provided strategic guidance and executive level support and services for Fortune 500 clients in the financial sector before rejoining Tenable as a Senior Security Content Engineer to leverage her skills to provide the CISO perspective to Tenable content. [email protected] https://www.linkedin.com/in/cfennelly/ @carole_fennelly
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