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 Jeannette Jarvis

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Director, Product Management for Intel Security
Member Since: 9/14/2016
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Jeannette Jarvis is Director of Product Management in the Intel Security organization. In this role, she helps define strategy and drives improvements for programs focused on malware operations, threat intelligence, and McAfee Labs initiatives. She also drives industry partnerships, including leading the Cyber Threat Alliance development and engagement for Intel Security.

Jeannette has been involved in the computer security industry for over 20 years. She joined McAfee in 2011, previously having worked at Microsoft and Boeing, where she worked in senior leadership roles in computer security organizations. She participated in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Technology Partner Network (TPN). Jeannette is on the advisory board for Virus Bulletin, an international organization covering the global threat landscape. She has frequently spoken on computer security at events and conferences around the world.

Diversity and inclusion are a priority for Jeannette. She co-founded the McAfee Women in Security (WISE) affinity group and co-chairs the Women at Intel Network.

Articles by Jeannette Jarvis
Is Threat Intelligence Garbage?
Chris McDaniels, Chief Information Security Officer of Mosaic451,  5/23/2018
More Than Half of Users Reuse Passwords
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  5/24/2018
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