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My Story in Computing with Madison Quinn Oliver

April 2020 Podcast
Madison Oliver

Madison Quinn Oliver, an associated vulnerability engineer in the SEI's CERT Division, discusses her career journey and obstacles and mentors that she encountered along the way.

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Software Engineering Institute

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Abstract

Those who work in computing today bring a wide array of backgrounds and experiences to the profession. In this podcast, the second in our My Story in Computing series, learn how Madison Quinn Oliver, who wanted to work at Carnegie Mellon University since childhood, leveraged a strong work ethic and lifelong pursuit of education to becomean associate vulnerability engineer on the Vulnerability Coordination Team within the SEI’s CERT Division.

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Madison Oliver

Madison Oliver

Madison Quinn Oliver works as an associate vulnerability engineer on the Vulnerability Coordination Team within the Threat Analysis Directorate of the SEI's CERT Division. Oliver interned with this ...

Madison Quinn Oliver works as an associate vulnerability engineer on the Vulnerability Coordination Team within the Threat Analysis Directorate of the SEI's CERT Division. Oliver interned with this team prior to a full-time appointment in May of 2018. While a student at Penn State, Oliver interned on the Data and Governance and IT Security teams at a multinational pharmaceutical company. Oliver earned a Master of Science degree in information security and policy management from Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College and a bachelor’s degree in security and risk analysis information security from Penn State.

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