Pamela Dyson has been appointed deputy chief information officer (CIO) at the Securities and Exchange Commission, the US regulatory authority responsible for protecting investors, maintaining fair, orderly and efficient markets, and facilitating capital formation.
In recent years, the SEC has taken steps to enhance its technological capabilities, including the development and procurement of a system to analyze financial data. In her new role, Dyson will be responsible for continuing to modernize
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