Saritha Arunkumar shortlisted for a Women of the Future Award

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Congratulations to Emerging Technologies Saritha Arunkumar. Saritha, an expert in Security, was shortlisted for the Technology & Digital category of the 2013 Women of the Future awards. Saritha has built a reputation for knowledge & presentations in the field, and is also currently working for a PhD in mobile security.

This Category is brand new to the awards and has been introduced due to the strength of the candidates.

The Women of the Future Awards is the largest national search for exceptionally talented women. The hunt unearths the next generation of high-flying women across nine industries, including technology, media, business, arts and science.

This is the second year that members of ETS have been recognised in these awards, last year Helen McAllister (nee Bowyer) was selected for the Science and Technology Shortlist.

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