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Jaros Announces She Will Leave Threat Lab Post at DOD This Month

Stephanie L. Jaros has announced on LinkedIn that she will leave her role as Director of Research for the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) counter-insider threat program, The Threat Lab, on January 28.

Jaros founded The Threat Lab in 2018, which is dedicated to integrating the social and behavioral sciences into the counter-insider threat mission space and meeting the research, training, and education needs of the global counter-insider threat community of practice.

Stephanie was formerly the Insider Threat Program Coordinator for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, where she successfully designed and implemented CBP’s Insider Threat Program. Before starting her government career, she worked as a Research Coordinator at Stanford University’s Bipolar Disorders Clinic and as a Research Assistant on the Project to Assess Climate in Engineering (PACE) at the University of Washington’s Center for Workforce Development. Stephanie has her undergraduate degree from Grinnell College and master’s degrees from both the University of Washington and the University of Chicago.

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