Dyson appointed deputy chief information officer at SEC

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Pamela Dyson has been appointed deputy chief information officer by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Her main remit will be to continue the modernisation of the agency's information technology system.

She will report to Thomas Bayer, the SEC's chief information officer.

Dyson joined the SEC in November 2010 as assistant director for enterprise operations. In this role she managed day-to-day operations including network engineering, database administration, data storage

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