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Women in IT Security

The cyber immigrant experience, then and now

Shamla  Naidoo, managing partner at IBM  and the tech giant’s former global chief information security officer, spoke with newcomer  Mrunmayi Churi, application security engineer at Twitter, about their distinctive experiences immigrating to the United States to pursue a cybersecurity education and career.
Women in IT Security

Second career cyber: Attracting new talent

Wendy Nather, head of advisory CISOs at Duo Security,  spoke with  Jill Bresin, a newly appointed  cyber threat consultant at data analytics and risk assessment firm Verisk,  about career shifts that can bring new entrants to the cybersecurity market.
Women in IT Security

Sylvia Acevedo, on how she schooled the Girls Scouts in tech

Sylvia Acevedo, two months after stepping down as CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, spoke to SC Media about the evolution of her career from top tech executive with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Apple, Dell, and Autodesk among others, to advocate for young girls in STEM and cybersecurity.

Time Travel, Cybersecurity, & Asset Management: What the Past & Future Can Teach Us Today

Predicting the future is hard. If 2020 is any proof, everyone who was asked in 2015, “Where will you be in five years?” got that question wrong. But if we want to understand how to get ahead of the cybersecurity challenges of 2030, there’s a perfectly rational place to start: asset management. Not only where we are today with asset management, but how the past got us to this point, too.

Vandana Verma: Broadening the diversity aperture

Increasing the number of women – and women of color specifically – is critical for the cybersecurity market to thrive, said Vandana Verma of the OWASP Foundation and InfosecGirls. But she also believes it’s not enough.
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