A Conversation with Anne Marie Zettlemoyer

A Conversation with Anne Marie Zettlemoyer

Anne Marie Zettlemoyer, Interviews, Women in Cyber

Anne Marie Zettlemoyer is the Vice President of Security Engineering and Divisional Security Officer at Mastercard. She is a cyber strategist with over 20 years of experience and has served as a trusted advisor for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, law enforcement and security vendors. Anne Marie holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and BAs in Accounting and Finance.

In this spirited interview, Anne Marie equates her cyber career path to a pretzel and tells an inspiring story about the importance of showing up. She also highlights two things vendors need to improve on, discusses the initiatives at Mastercard to stop cyber criminals, and shares the one quality you need if you want to make it in cybersecurity.

We hope you enjoy this insightful conversation with Anne Marie Zettlemoyer.

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