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Epiq’s Alyssa Miller Named Woman Worth Watching in STEM

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CISO Recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal

NEW YORK – May 9, 2023 – Epiq, a global technology-enabled leader to the legal industry and corporations, is proud to announce that Alyssa Miller, its chief information security officer (CISO), has been recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal as a Woman Worth Watching in STEM. 

This award, now in its fifth year, recognizes high-achieving women in STEM who are blazing trails for other women – and for the next generation with dreams of building their own careers in science, technology, engineering, or math. 

“Alyssa is a true trailblazer who has built an extraordinary track record developing systems that address today’s constantly evolving threats,” said Carlos Gonzalez, Epiq’s CIO. “Thanks to the work of Alyssa and her team, our clients at Epiq – which include 93 of the Am Law 100, half of the Fortune 100, nine of the top 10 U.S. banks, seven of the top 10 U.S. insurance companies, five of the top five U.S. health insurers, four of the top five global pharmaceuticals, and six of the top 10 global tech companies – know that we are using the latest technologies and systems to keep their sensitive data secure.” 

As CISO of Epiq, Miller oversees a global team that is at the heart of securing the data of clients, many of which operate in highly regulated industries. Her career spans two and a half decades with some of the most recognizable names in financial services and consulting, including FIS, EY, and S&P Global. She is also internationally recognized within the cybersecurity community and presents regularly at some of the top cybersecurity and industry events around the globe. Additionally, she’s a published author and advocate within the community, focusing on reshaping the interconnection of cybersecurity practices with the enablement of business growth and acceleration. 

“I’m extremely honored to receive this award and am proud to be considered an inspiration for the next generation in STEM,” Miller said. “I got my first newspaper route when I was 12, in order to buy my first computer. Ever since then, I’ve been passionate about sharing my love for IT and opening doors for others in the field.” 

Miller will be profiled in Profiles in Diversity Journal’s upcoming issue. Profiles in Diversity Journal is dedicated to promoting and advancing diversity and inclusion in the corporate, government, nonprofit, higher education, and military sectors. Since 1999, it has helped to stimulate organizational change by showcasing the visionary leadership, innovative programs and committed individuals who are making it happen. 

“Once again, we are proud and honored to feature impressive women in STEM who have distinguished themselves through hard work, determination and no small amount of persistence,” said Profiles in Diversity Journal Publisher James R. Rector. “Each year, the honorees in this category continue to outdo themselves, proving that the sky's the limit for women in these traditionally male dominated fields and for the young, bright and curious women who are considering entering the ranks of STEM.” 

About Epiq 
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