Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

Women in Cybersecurity: Is This a Good Time?

It is estimated that women make up 11 percent of the cybersecurity workforce. There’s no question that we need to get more women involved, especially as we move into this Internet of Things (IoT) era where data volumes are growing exponentially, and information security continues to be a hot topic amongst IT, executive boards, and everyone in between.

In this all-women panel discussion, Tamara Dull will be talking with cybersecurity experts about its threat, the impact of technology, why women need to be involved, their advice for President Trump, and the landscape moving forward.

Come prepared to listen, learn, ask your questions, and have a good time.

Moderator:
Tamara Dull, Director of Emerging Technologies, SAS Best Practices

Speakers:
- Barbara Cosgriff, Software Security Architect, SAS Institute
- Debra Baker, Product Certifications Engineer, Cisco Systems
- Jeanne Alley, Manager Global Information Security, LexisNexis
- Jennifer Rosario, Manager IT Risk Governance, First Citizens Bank
Recorded Apr 18 2017 62 mins
Your place is confirmed,
we'll send you email reminders
Presented by
Tamara Dull (SAS), Barbara Cosgriff (SAS), Debra Baker (Cisco), Jeanne Alley (LexisNexis), Jennifer Rosario (First Citizens)
Presentation preview: Women in Cybersecurity: Is This a Good Time?

Network with like-minded attendees

  • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    Add a photo
    • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(session.user.profile) ]]
  • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ card.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(card) ]]
  • Channel
  • Channel profile
  • [Video]A Celebration of the Female Tech Entrepreneur: Finding the Founder in You Nov 23 2017 7:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    Panel of female founders
    One way we can encourage more females into tech and tech entrepreneurship is to raise the profile and visibility of female role models.

    This live meet-up event will take place at BrightTALK's London offices and is an opportunity to celebrate female tech founders and to learn from their experience. We’ll be finding out how they’ve overcome the key challenges they’ve faced along the way, as well as the practical advice they’d offer to aspiring female founders. The panel will be filmed, livestreamed, and will be be made available on-demand.

    We’ll be talking about:
    •Key challenges our tech founders have faced and how they’ve overcome them
    •The advantages of being a female in the tech start up world
    •The best and the worst things about being an entrepreneur
    •Taking a business concept from idea stage, to realisation
    •Raising funding – our founders experience of finding - and pitching - to investors
    •Our founders’ attitudes to failure
    •Establishing a brand – both business and personal
    •The relationships that have been vital to our founders success
    •What our founders know now, that they wish they knew when they were starting out
  • Building Armies - Creating a Culture of Inclusion in Cybersecurity Nov 9 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Deidre Diamond (CEO and Founder of CyberSN, #brainbabe) & Kyle F. Kennedy (President, #brainbabe)
    Cyber security has a massive retention challenge and by “hanging together” we can solve the challenges that are causing people to leave the industry faster than we can recruit them! Learn to master the art of creating teams with cultures of retention, growth and happiness.

    Join this interactive webinar as CyberSN and #brainbabe Founder and CEO Deidre Diamond is interviewed by #brainbabe President, Kyle Kennedy.

    Together they will explore the topic of “Building Armies”, or how to create cultures of transparency, equality, training, support, high-productivity and love in the workforce.

    About the Speakers
    Deidre Diamond is the CEO and Founder of CyberSN.com, a cyber security research and staffing company, and the Founder of brainbabe.org, a cyber security not-for-profit organization. Deidre’s vision and leadership has resulted in a dramatic decrease in the frustration, time and cost associated with job searching and hiring for cyber security professionals. Prior to CyberSN, Deidre was the CEO of Percussion Software, the first VP of Sales at Rapid7 (NYSE:RPD) and the VP of Staffing and Recruiting for the national technical staffing company Motion Recruitment.

    Kyle Kennedy has over 20 years of experience in the tech field, and degrees in Sociology, Business, and Homeland Security. Mr. Kennedy currently serves as President of brainbabe.org a non-profit focused on empowering women and men in cybersecurity and CISO for CyberSN. Prior to joining CyberSN, Mr. Kennedy was the CTO and CIO of STEALTHbits.
  • Serving on a Corporate Board: Uncover if It’s for You & Where to Start Oct 23 2017 7:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Sheila Ronning, Founder & CEO, Women in the Boardroom
    The journey to the boardroom can, at times, be an overwhelming undertaking filled with questions about what to expect, how to prepare, and how to be an effective board member.

    Join this interactive session with Women in the Boardroom CEO & Founder Sheila Ronning to get answers to burning boardroom questions, including:
    - What are the four main types of boards?
    - What is the job & responsibilities of a board director?
    - What are the risks of serving on a board?
    - Why pursue board service?
    - What is the time commitment & compensation for board service?

    About the Presenter:
    Leadership & networking expert and board strategist, Sheila Ronning is a trailblazer in working towards gender equality in the boardroom. In 2002 she founded Women in the Boardroom with a revolutionary vision to create an environment where women could assist other women in achieving their leadership and corporate board service goals. In less than 15 years, she has scaled Women in the Boardroom from concept to membership organization with global reach across multiple industries, and influence in private and public boardrooms, including Fortune 100 companies.
  • Low Diversity in Tech: How Did It Happen and How Do We Fix It? Oct 18 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dr. Jane Stout, Director, Center for Evaluating the Research Pipeline (CERP) Computing Research Association
    Diverse perspectives foster innovation and ensure the needs of many are met. At present, tech companies lack demographic diversity. From

    Join this interactive and insightful webinar to learn:
    - The latest research on why this is the case
    - How tech companies can turn this around
    - Suggested strategies to increase diversity in our workforce

    About the Presenter:
    Jane Stout, Ph.D., works at the Computing Research Association (CRA), a non-profit in Washington D.C. that supports the field of computing research and advanced education in computing. At the CRA, Dr. Stout is the Director of The Center for Evaluating the Research Pipeline (CERP). CERP’s mission is to use social science research and evaluation to promote diversity in computing fields. Dr. Stout earned her Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2011. She has been studying diversity related issues in science and technology for more than a decade, has published widely on the topic, and has received several grants and awards for her work.
  • Learn & Inspire: Getting involved with the Women in Tech community Oct 5 2017 3:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Kayleigh McHale and Haleigh Sands (Mortimer Spinks)
    Having a role model who can inspire you and give you an example to look up to and learn from is crucial to increasing the number of women in the tech world.

    Mortimer Spinks has put in five years' worth of research into gender diversity within the technology industry and have led a successful series of Women in Tech meet-ups in London to allow women who are already working in tech or interested in doing so, a chance to meet, network, and learn from their peers.

    As a hub for professionals around the globe to learn and educate themselves, BrightTALK has a dedicated WIT community where it invites top female tech professionals to talk about the challenges that they face but also give advice to viewers who need their questions answered.

    Join this entertaining and informative webinar where you will learn:
    -Tips for women thinking of getting into the technology space
    -Some highlights from the diversity survey
    -How can you get involved in more Women in Tech events and communities?
    -What to do if you're interested in starting your own group
    -How can you make the most out of a WIT meet-up?
    -What are some online resources that you can use to better educate yourself?

    BrightTALK and Mortimer Spinks will be hosting a physical meet-up in BrightTALK's London offices to celebrate the female tech entrepreneur on November 23rd. Register for this webinar or e-mail ina@brighttalk.com if you'd like to get involved.
  • Lessons from Leaders: Top Female Technologists Share Insights for Success Oct 2 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kelly Ireland | Rhonda Vetere | Becky Wanta | Laura Fucci | Jocelyn DeGance Graham
    How can women best position themselves to navigate today's digital workplace, grow their sphere of influence and maximize career growth. This interactive Webcam Panel session in the "Women in Tech" series showcases the journeys of inspirational women who have advanced their careers in tech in innovative and standout ways.

    Moderator
    - Becky Wanta, CEO & President at RSWC Consulting (former CTO/ CIO of Best Buy, MGM, and Pepsi)

    Panelists
    - Kelly Ireland, CEO and Founder of CB Technologies
    - Rhonda Vetere, CTO of Estee Lauder
    - Laura Fucci, CIO of City of Henderson
    - Jocelyn DeGance Graham, Founder, CloudNOW
  • How to Get Noticed in Your Current Job Recorded: Aug 29 2017 60 mins
    Brenda Piazza, Director of Cybersecurity Compliance and Executive Board Member, CBIZ Women’s Advantage at CBIZ MHM, LLC
    Do you sometimes feel that your hard work is "invisible"? Perhaps you do such good work on a regular basis that your management team takes you for granted. Perhaps, because of this, you're no longer recognized and rewarded for your efforts, as you once were.

    During this talk in the "Women in Tech" series, Brenda Piazza will share her 25+ years of experience becoming visible, noticed by management and promoted extensively. She will discuss the issues faced by those that are ‘invisible’ and how to get ‘noticed’ by management thus leading to your achieved goals and promotions.

    Join this interactive Q&A webinar as we discuss:
    - What are your goals moving forward (promotion, new career, etc.)?
    - What appears to be ‘important’ to executive management?
    - How can you report results that ‘matter’ to executive management?
  • Play the Game by Your Rules: Powerful Negotiation Skills for Women Recorded: Jul 20 2017 61 mins
    Pattie Grimm, Author, Speaker, Radio Show Host, Trainer & Business Coach Advantage Training, Ltd.
    Have you ever wondered why you or most women don’t negotiate as well as men?
    Do you struggle with negotiating with your boss?
    Do find it hard to get what you need and know you desire at work at home?

    If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you need to listen to this webinar by Pattie Grimm, author, speaker, radio show host and trainer on the underlining reasons why most women don’t negotiate as well men. Pattie will provide research based tools and techniques to improve your negotiations skills at work and at home.
  • From Dreamers to Space Engineers [NASA Engineers Panel] Recorded: Jun 13 2017 58 mins
    Dr. Shannon Statham, Mana Salami, and Amy Stevens at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA
    Everybody has big dreams. Girls dream of conquering space just as much as boys do. So, how can we inspire girls to not give up on their dreams and pursue education and careers that will help them fulfill their potential?

    Join this live roundtable of esteemed NASA engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and learn about their experiences of getting into tech and succeeding in their careers.

    Topics up for discussion include:
    - How did you end up working in aerospace?
    - What cool JPL projects have you worked on?
    - What are some challenges you’ve faced in STEM and how did you overcome them?
    - Who are your role models or mentors?

    Speakers:
    - Dr. Shannon Statham, Systems Integration & Test Engineer, JPL
    - Mana Salami, Flight Systems Engineer, JPL
    - Amy Stevens, Configuration Management Engineer, JPL

    About the Organization:
    The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is a federally funded research and development center and NASA field center. JPL is managed by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) for NASA. The laboratory's primary function is the construction and operation of planetary robotic spacecraft, though it also conducts Earth-orbit and astronomy missions. It is also responsible for operating NASA's Deep Space Network.
  • Top 10 Laws of Power for Successful Women in Cybersecurity Recorded: Jun 6 2017 62 mins
    Tamara Dull (SAS Best Practices), Barbara Cosgriff (SAS Institute), Debra Baker (Cisco), Jeanne Alley (LexisNexis)
    Have you ever read The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene? This bestselling book, with all its fans and critics, reminds us that life isn’t black and white, and teaches us through 48 laws how to live in the gray areas. Interestingly enough, those in cybersecurity should feel right at home in this gray space.

    In this all-women panel discussion, Tamara Dull picks out ten of these 48 laws, and talks with cybersecurity experts to help draw out parallels for women who desire to be more powerful and successful in their cybersecurity (and tech-focused) endeavors.Come prepared to listen, hear differing views, and ask your questions at the end. We’re prepared to have a good time with this one!

    Panelists:
    - Barbara Cosgriff, Software Security Architect at SAS Institute
    - Debra Baker, Product Certifications Engineer at Cisco Systems
    - Jeanne Alley, Manager, Global Information Security at LexisNexis

    Moderator:
    - Tamara Dull, Director of Emerging Technologies, SAS Best Practices
  • Building Your Brand Through LinkedIn Recorded: May 24 2017 64 mins
    Viveka von Rosen, International LinkedIn Expert
    In the current digital era, today’s top-performing professional women utilize the benefits of social media to help achieve their goals.

    LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional online network, has more than 500 million members in over 200 countries and territories.

    When you join LinkedIn, you’re not just joining a social network; you’re joining a community of sophisticated professionals simultaneously providing value and seeking news and innovations.

    Whether you want to develop your corporate career or launch, build, and promote your own business, your LinkedIn profile is crucial to building your own personal brand, making yourself contactable, and showing yourself in the best possible light.

    In this webinar, you will gain must-know tips and advice to help make your LinkedIn profile stand out, attract future connections, and help grow your influence on LinkedIn.

    You will learn:

    •Why your LinkedIn profile matters to your personal and professional brands;
    •Best practices to help build your personal and professional brands and effectively boost your LinkedIn profile;
    •Top tips and quick wins for optimizing your profile to attract more prospects and make your profile stand out from the crowd;
    •What content to include in your profile and what to leave out;
    •The right way to reach out to fellow professionals on LinkedIn; and
    •How to use LinkedIn to bring your brand to life and make a positive, long-lasting impression.

    Viveka von Rosen is known internationally as the LinkedIn Expert. She is the author of several published best sellers and a regular source on LinkedIn for prestigious news outlets such as Forbes, Money Magazine, Fast Company, Mashable.com, Ragan.com, SocialMediaExaminer.com and CNN.

    View her profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/linkedinexpert/
  • SheWorx100 Summit Recorded: May 8 2017 4 mins
    SheWorx
    SheWorx is hosting their next 100 Summit in San Francisco on Wednesday, May 10th from 6-8pm at Hack Temple.

    As the global collective of female entrepreneurs, this event aims to transform the trajectory of women in entrepreneurship. Through facilitation of strategic, meaningful relationships with influential advisors and investors, attendees will be able to:

    - Grow their professional network of connections
    - Learn from other female entrepreneurs, investors and VCs
    - Become a part of the growing community of SheWorx global collective empowering women in technology and entrepreneurship

    For more details or to register, visit sheworx.com.
  • Keeping Talented Women in the Workforce: A Product Strategy Approach Recorded: May 3 2017 35 mins
    Kirsten Liston, Managing Partner at Rethink Compliance
    Research shows that 43% of highly qualified women with children are leaving careers or off-ramping for a period of time, and those who want to return often struggle with re-rentry. In this presentation, we’ll review a creative way to approach the issue using product strategy thinking — one that our own business has used.

    About the Presenter:
    Kirsten Liston has played a founding role in three different start-ups since 2000. She developed products and set product strategy for Integrity Interactive and Threat Ready Resources, both learning and technology companies selling to Fortune 500 customers. Today, she runs Rethink Compliance, which specializes in developing compelling content and online learning for compliance programs.
  • Augmented & Mixed Reality: Who is Watching Whom? Recorded: Apr 25 2017 43 mins
    Monique J. Morrow, CTO, Chief Technology Strategist, President & Co-Founder, Humanized Internet
    A mixed-reality world driven by intelligent systems would have to be observing behavior and sensing physical phenomena continuously in order to provide individuals with appropriate content. Is that a sensible trade-off or a dance with the devil?

    Does the sensing possible with these technologies allow for ways to level the playing field or does it exacerbate existing power inequities? If the AI-enabled world of the future is monetized with personal data, then surveillance might well be baked into the system, but the ethical issues we see today will only be amplified in an immersive environment.

    Join this discussion with Monique Morrow, CTO & Chief Technology Strategist, President & Co-Founder of the Humanized Internet, for an in-depth look at what a true MR/AR/VR world means.
  • Going Beyond His/tory: The Female Storytellers Shaping Immersive Tech Recorded: Apr 25 2017 48 mins
    Luciana Carvalho, VR Evangelist
    Humans have shared gathered around and communicated through stories throughout history. Text, pictures, images and videos have sought to capture our imagination, or portray the non-fictional in a relatable way. Now, as we move beyond the 2D flat screen to new ways of interacting/communicating with the world — virtual and augmented reality, for example — we begin to see the power of immersion in storytelling, and the impact it has, beyond anything we have ever seen, on those in the receiving end. Arguably, the ultimate empathy machine.

    As we shape the next 'Information Age', and given the state of the world today, never before have we been in more need of putting ourselves in other people’s shoes, and empowering diverse and inclusive voices worldwide. Never before have we seen more women jump at the opportunity to lead and make content that is all-encompassing, that touches and inspires, and that aims to build bridges not walls. Here is their story.

    Learner, maker, systems thinker, innovator and tech evangelist, Luciana splits her time between growing the Realities Centre London — a new innovation space, incubator and academy for B2B/enterprise VR, AR, MR and AI — and Unfold UK, promoting women/diversity in future in the UK. Passionate about VR and tech for good, she carries ongoing research on the possibilities and challenges immersive tech presents as re neuroscience, empathy and female empowerment.

    She was elected one of Code First Girls ‘25 Ones to Watch’, 'Top 5 Female Role Models in the Tech Industry', and Virtual Perceptions' 'Heroes of VR' in 2016.
  • Girls Can Code - It is Never Too Early to Start the Conversation Recorded: Apr 24 2017 40 mins
    Anita R. Wood, Assistant Professor, Computer Information Technology at Pennsylvania College of Technology
    As a professor in a STEM career path, programming, I frequently ask my female student “How did you become interested in this career?” The answer seems to center on one fact – “My parents exposed me to computers when I was younger. As I became more and more interested they helped me understand there was a career in this.”

    This early introduction to computer helps my female students overcome another observation I had made – girls feel like boys have been ‘engineering’ or ‘coding’ for a long time.

    The stereotypical comment “Boys play with Legos and robots, and girls play with dolls and tea sets,” this seems to support this observation.

    So, how do we address the lack of females entering into STEM careers? I propose we start at home.

    This webinar addresses some of the obstacles we must overcome with regards to leveling the playing field between girls entering STEM and boys.

    About the Presenter:
    Anita R. Wood is an Assistant Professor for Computer Information Technology at the Pennsylvania College of Technology.
  • Career Conversations w/ Guest Jenn Henley Recorded: Apr 20 2017 60 mins
    Lisa Jiggetts (Women's Society of Cyberjutsu) and Jennifer Henley (Facebook)
    Join us at our next Career Conversations session. Career Conversations gives WSC members the opportunity to connect with career professionals. We'll discuss topics such as "What made them decide on IT or Cyber Security?, "What were some of their work/life challenges?" , "What skills and education do they see as essential to success?"

    Whether you are an experienced professional or just contemplating a future in Cyber Security, WSC's Career Conversations allows you to have a conversation with women making a difference. Join us and share in Career Conversations!

    Guests: Jenn Henley, Director of Security, Facebook

    Lisa Jiggetts, Founder and CEO of the Women's Society of Cyberjutsu will moderate discussions.

    About the Speaker:
    Jennifer Henley is the Director of Security Operations at Facebook. In her current role, Henley is responsible for operational excellence, organizational management, and program management for the Facebook Security team. A jack of all trades, she also runs internal and external security awareness and outreach efforts, most notably, Facebook’s popular “Hacktober” events for National Cyber Security Awareness Month. She is also deeply passionate about attracting and retaining a diverse set of talent to the security industry. Prior to her employment at Facebook, she was Chief of Staff for the CISO at PayPal.
  • Women in Cybersecurity: Is This a Good Time? Recorded: Apr 18 2017 62 mins
    Tamara Dull (SAS), Barbara Cosgriff (SAS), Debra Baker (Cisco), Jeanne Alley (LexisNexis), Jennifer Rosario (First Citizens)
    It is estimated that women make up 11 percent of the cybersecurity workforce. There’s no question that we need to get more women involved, especially as we move into this Internet of Things (IoT) era where data volumes are growing exponentially, and information security continues to be a hot topic amongst IT, executive boards, and everyone in between.

    In this all-women panel discussion, Tamara Dull will be talking with cybersecurity experts about its threat, the impact of technology, why women need to be involved, their advice for President Trump, and the landscape moving forward.

    Come prepared to listen, learn, ask your questions, and have a good time.

    Moderator:
    Tamara Dull, Director of Emerging Technologies, SAS Best Practices

    Speakers:
    - Barbara Cosgriff, Software Security Architect, SAS Institute
    - Debra Baker, Product Certifications Engineer, Cisco Systems
    - Jeanne Alley, Manager Global Information Security, LexisNexis
    - Jennifer Rosario, Manager IT Risk Governance, First Citizens Bank
  • Traditional vs. Nontraditional Career Paths: How to Pivot Mid-Career Recorded: Apr 13 2017 62 mins
    Jessica Naziri, Pattie Grimm, Michelle Glauser, Marie Perruchet
    There are a lot of factors that play into choosing a career path. From the region you live in, to social upbringing, access to education and more, navigating your way through a career path can be tricky to say the least.

    Oftentimes there is a certain stigma behind pivoting your career path, especially if you are already mid-career. A lot of companies are hiring millennials, so it can be tough to get interviews, find time to learn a new skill, get certified in something, and so on. As a woman, these obstacles can be even more challenging.

    We've put together a panel of experts to address these particular issues, as well as provide best practices and tips on pivoting your career, carving out your own professional path, and choosing traditional or nontraditional careers as a woman in tech.

    Join Jessica Naziri, Founder of TechSesh, Pattie Grimm, Author, Speaker, Trainer and Coach, Michelle Glauser, CEO & Founder of Techtonica, also named one of LinkedIn's top 10 professionals 35 and under in software, and Marie Perruchet, Author of One Perfect Pitch, Speaker and Consultant.
  • Slamming through the Glass Ceiling Recorded: Apr 12 2017 47 mins
    Heather Wilde, CTO of ROCeteer
    You may have heard that there's a shortage of diversity in Technology and Leadership, but it isn't always for the reason you think. In this empowering talk, CTO Heather Wilde will examine things like:
    - Cultural and implicit biases
    - Imposter syndrome
    - First-hand look into the causes and possible solutions to create a more diverse field

    About the Presenter:
    Heather Wilde is CTO of ROCeteer, and is also known as the “Unicorn Whisperer” due to her special focus on entrepreneurs. She is a personal and professional growth expert, executive coach, author, and speaker. As a founding employee of Evernote, she oversaw the company’s growth from thousands to 100,000,000 customers. She is one of the only women to have wholly programmed, designed, produced and published a game at the company THQ. Additionally, she has worked with the U.S. Navy, NASA and state and local governments around the world. She has led development, scalability, and reliability engineering of web sites with 60+ million unique monthly visitors, 1.7+ billion monthly page views, and 99.99% uptime SLA requirements. Among her other awards, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid selected her for a commendation in 2016 for her work in increasing STEM education in schools. Wilde's writing and speaking spans social media, entrepreneurialism, startups, leadership, cybersecurity, customer experience, fundraising, and diversity issues. She writes for Forbes and hosts the "Entrepreneurial Revolution" column for Inc Magazine.
Rising above the challenges to do amazing things in tech
Women make up only 37% of the tech workforce at entry level, and this percentage drops with each incremental advance in their careers. This series will outline the current state of the industry, the challenges women are facing in their careers, as well as shed light on the opportunities that are opening up for women in tech.

Embed in website or blog

Successfully added emails: 0
Remove all
  • Title: Women in Cybersecurity: Is This a Good Time?
  • Live at: Apr 18 2017 4:00 pm
  • Presented by: Tamara Dull (SAS), Barbara Cosgriff (SAS), Debra Baker (Cisco), Jeanne Alley (LexisNexis), Jennifer Rosario (First Citizens)
  • From:
Your email has been sent.
or close