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Christy Wyatt, CEO, Dtex Systems

Christy Wyatt is chief executive officer of Dtex Systems and serves as a member of the board. Most recently Christy was chairman, CEO and president of Good Technology, the global leader in mobile security across the Global 2000. During her tenure at Good, she led the company through significant transformation and aggressive growth, and Good's subsequent acquisition by Blackberry in 2015. Prior to Good, Christy held leadership positions across both consumer and enterprise at Citigroup, Motorola, Apple, Palm and Sun. In 2015, Christy was named one of Inc. Magazines Top 50 Women Entrepreneurs in America. Also in 2015, Christy was named CEO of the Year by the Information Security Global Excellence Awards. She was named one of the top 100 Women Leaders in STEM in 2012 and named one of Fierce Wireless "Most Influential Women in Wireless" several years in a row.

Christy serves as a member of the board for Centrify, a leader in identity and access management, as well as Abilities United, non-profit organization focused on enriching the lives of individuals and families with developmental disabilities. Originally a software engineer, Christy has lived in Silicon Valley for almost 20 years. She is married and has four children.

Articles by Christy Wyatt
Cloud Security Threats for 2021
Or Azarzar, CTO & Co-Founder of Lightspin,  12/3/2020
Why Vulnerable Code Is Shipped Knowingly
Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer, Veracode,  11/30/2020
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