The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has named Pamela C. Dyson to its CIO post. Dyson joined the SEC's Office of IT in 2010 and has played a key role in the organization's big data initiatives. Now, she'll need to up the cybersecurity ante as well.

Dyson most recently was acting CIO for the SEC -- effectively overseeing the technology department since October 2014. Under her leadership, the SEC has completed big data projects that "make it easier for users to quickly search and accesses critical data from a centralized source," according to a prepared statement.

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