T.E.N., a national technology and security executive marketing and networking organization, facilitates peer-to-peer relationships between top executives, industry visionaries and solutions providers in the cybersecurity industry. Nominated for numerous industry awards, T.E.N.’s executive leadership programs enable information exchange, collaboration and decision-making opportunities for Information Security Executives and cybersecurity solution providers alike. Its flagship program, the nationally-acclaimed Information Security Executive® (ISE®) of the Year Program Series and Awards, is North America’s largest leadership recognition and networking program for security professionals. T.E.N. delivers ISE® Private Dinners across 42 major cities throughout the U.S. and Canada to create even more opportunities for Information Security Executives, professionals and security solution providers to Connect, Collaborate, and Celebrate.
2013 TAG Excalibur Awards - Finalist in the Small Company Category
Excalibur Awards Finalist 2013 - Small to Mid-sized Company Category
T.E.N. CEO, Marci McCarthy, Receives Congressional Citation and Distinguished Service Award 2012
AMA Atlanta Amy Awards Finalist 2011 - Event Marketing Category
TechAmerica Spirit of Endeavor Awards 2010 Finalist - Leadership in Technology Education Category
Excalibur Awards 2010 Winner - Small to Mid-sized Company Category
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Women in Technology (WIT) Leadership Book Features Contributed Chapter by T.E.N. CEO
T.E.N, the leading national technology and information security executive networking and relationship marketing organization, announced that company CEO, Marci McCarthy, is a featured contributor to Women In Technology's (WIT) recently released book, CLIMB: Leading Women In Technology Share Their Journeys To Success. The book features more than 60 profiles of leaders influencing Atlanta's business, academic and technology landscapes, including Women of the Year in Technology Award recipients, WIT presidents, and key WIT supporters and volunteers.
McCarthy, who was president of WIT in 2001 and a Woman of the Year in Technology Honoree in 2010, contributed a chapter in CLIMB titled, 'New, New and New - A Time of Firsts,' that shares an inspiring message with readers on the power of relationships and on being a leader.
CLIMB also describes efforts by WIT and The WIT Foundation to support the next generation of women through pre-career programs encouraging girls to study and work in STEM-related careers (science, technology, engineering and math.) Net proceeds from book sales will provide additional funding for the WIT Foundation.