GRIMM CEO Jennifer Tisdale Recognized as One of 25 Leaders Transforming Manufacturing

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ARLINGTON, Va.–()–GRIMM, a forward-looking cybersecurity organization led by industry experts, today announced the company’s CEO, Jennifer Tisdale, was featured by SME as one of the 25 Leaders Transforming Manufacturing.

As a thought leader representing cybersecurity, Tisdale’s honor is significant. Cybersecurity has not traditionally been a big part of the manufacturing ecosystem beyond standard IT systems.

“It’s an honor to be recognized as an innovative cybersecurity business leader by SME,” said GRIMM CEO Jennifer Tisdale. “Understanding vulnerabilities in the IT and OT environments and placing them at the forefront are two different mindsets. Hopefully, this is a sign of more cybersecurity interest for all manufacturers.”

For 90 years, SME has supported and worked closely with manufacturing professionals, companies, educators, schools, and communities to share knowledge and resources that generate solutions to manufacturing industry challenges.

“Congratulations to the other 24 honorees, and kudos to the incredible team at GRIMM for the foresight in understanding where the ‘next’ vulnerabilities will be and how to help our clients become more cyber resilient.”

GRIMM offers cybersecurity testing and research for avionics and satellite platforms, products, applications, and IT networks to leverage and increase the industry’s collective cyber resilience.

About GRIMM

GRIMM is a forward-thinking cybersecurity organization led by industry experts. The company’s practice demonstrates the impact of security risks and provides technical solutions to address critical threats. GRIMM’s expertise is built on operational experience solving advanced cybersecurity problems. For more information, visit and follow on Twitter @grimmcyber.

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