CCO Ziklag Systems, a mobile security technology company
Rebecca Abrahams is Chief Communications Officer at Ziklag Sytstems, LLC, a mobile security technology company focused on developing, marketing and supporting commercial and specialized products for Smartphones. Ziklag is the creator of Fortress Fone™, the only secure Smartphone that protects against the hidden threat of data theft while securing voice and data communications. <br> <br> Prior to her post at Ziklag, Abrahams was President of Woodfin Woods Productions, a full service production company specializing in documentary, long format media and reality-based television programs. Her film credits include co-producer, “Section 60: Arlington National Cemetery," HBO Documentaries and "Thank You Mr. President: Helen Thomas at the White House," HBO Documentaries and “The Hunt for Bin Laden” for BBC and Smithsonian Channel. <br> <br> Prior to establishing Woodfin Woods, Abrahams was a writer/producer at ABC News in New York and Washington from 1996-2008, covering national and political beats for Good Morning America and Weekend World News. <br> <br> Abrahams has received numerous awards for her work, including a Peabody for her coverage of the September 11th attacks and four Edward R. Murrow awards including honors for her coverage of the Tsunami Disaster and for Overall Excellence in Broadcasting. She has also received a Scripps Howard Foundation Award and a CINE Golden Eagle Award for “Section 60: Arlington National Cemetery.” <br> <br> Abrahams is also co-creator of Washingtonpost.com's discussion site Live Online and was instrumental in expanding programming from 10 hours to 60 hours a week of live, moderated discussions. <br> During her tenure, Abrahams won an Eppy for Best Online Interactive Site in 2000. <br> <br> Abrahams resides in Potomac, Maryland.