Sarah Isaacs Recognized in Top 2017 Female Founders and CEOs In Cybersecurity

ITSP Magazine releases list of female trailblazers with hopes of inspiring the next generation of leaders in cybersecurity


CHICAGO, IL – In celebration of the inaugural Women’s Entrepreneurship Day on November 19, 2017, Sarah Isaacs, Co-founder and COO of Conventus Corporation, was recognized by ITSP Magazine in its annual selection of female founders and CEOs in cybersecurity.

“It is an honor to be included in this year’s selection especially because it coincides with such a momentous occasion as the first internationally recognized Women’s Entrepreneurship Day,” said Isaacs.

An unprecedented event, Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED) was held at the United Nations in New York with 144 nations officially recognizing this day. Founded by social entrepreneur and humanitarian, Wendy Diamond, WED and its new accompanying international digital campaign and portal #ChooseWomen is a grassroots movement that empowers, celebrates and supports women who have overcome numerous challenges in business worldwide.

Passionate about promoting women in technology, Isaacs has been actively making a difference in the cyber community as well as successfully steering operations at the helm of Conventus Corporation, a nationally recognized cybersecurity software and information security consulting firm since 2006. “I’m proud to have grown from one sole employee to a thriving remote workforce of 30 brainiac engineers and solution architects. I have spent the past few years committed to supporting, promoting and developing not only women in technology, but males and females alike that want to progress in their tech careers — and I hope to continue in this same capacity for years to come!” expressed Isaacs.


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