Solving Our Cybersecurity Talent Shortage Seminar

RSA Conference 2019 | San Francisco, USA

Monday, Mar 04 | 08:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

 

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Join us for the SOLVING OUR CYBERSECURITY TALENT SHORTAGE seminar
at RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, CA, USA

 

About the Event

Cybersecurity is facing talent shortages at a time when problem-solving, innovation and productivity are critical. The talent pipeline seems to be improving, but valuable professionals are opting out of the profession in mid-career. In this seminar, you will hear from leaders driving innovation with culture, inclusion, equity and diversity, and from change agents on how you can make shift happen.

Participants

Jim Gordon
GM of Security Ecosystem Strategy & Development | Intel

Emily Heath
VP & CISO | United Airlines

Alicia Jessip
Founder | Denver Women in Tech, TEKSystems

Carmen Marsh
CEO | Inteligenca

Elaine Marino
Founder and CEO | Equili

Vanessa Pegueros
Vice President and CISO | DocuSign

Caroline Wong
Chief Security Strategist | Cobalt.io

Selena Templeton
Executive Editor | ITSPmagazine

Karen Worstell
CEO | W Risk Group LLC


Chats on the Road to RSAC 2019 | Solving the Cybersecurity talent shortage seminar


Recorded Webinars

Three “Be This” Rules to Intel’s DEI Success

The Three “Be This” Rules to Intel’s Giant Inclusion Success (Be All-in, Be Your Customer, Be an Ally)

Wednesday, 09 January 2019, at 10:00 AM

Mountain Time (US and Canada), GMT -7

An inclusive workplace is the future of tech. If you don’t reflect your customer in your workplace, you can’t understand your customer. Tech industry giant Intel took “doing the right thing” and made it a business imperative to show how impactful true inclusion can be. Come learn the three keys to success from Intel’s Jim Gordon on how the firm’s “all-in” approach gave impressive results and some surprise benefits.


Talks and Sessions at RSA Conference 2018

The Why: The DEI Dividend

Many companies are improving their productivity, innovation and creativity by focusing on an inclusive culture. We’ll hear about the benefits they reap and the steps they are taking to ensure success.


The Who: Is This Responsibility Yours, Mine, or Ours?


This panel will get real with what it takes to make a company culture better in order to reap the dividends of innovation and creativity. (Hint: It is not “someone else’s job”).  

The How: Retain and Recruit A Diverse Talent Pool

Filling the pipeline is not enough. You must also retain that talent. Walk away with three actionable tasks for HOW to hire underrepresented talent and three for HOW to keep them.


Cybersecurity’s Dirty Little Secret and Talent Grenade: Burnout

Burnout can reach crisis proportions in high-adversity, hyper-vigilant professions like cybersecurity. Learn the strategies for identifying, preventing, and recovering from professional burnout.



The Latest news and updates


Intel’s “Three Ways of Being” That Led To Inclusion Success, Part 2 of 2

by Karen Worstell on December 27, 2018

To view Part 1 of this series, click here: https://www.rsaconference.com/blogs/intels-three-ways-of-being-that-led-to-inclusion-success Barbara Whye, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer and VP HR for Intel. says that tech companies who are behind in implementing their diversity and inclusion statistics may be unwilling to discuss that situation publicly and that they shouldn’t feel that way.

Read the full article on the RSA Blog


Intel’s “Three Ways of Being” That Led To Inclusion Success, Part 1 of 2

by Karen Worstell on December 21, 2018

An inclusive workplace is the future of tech. “If you don’t reflect your customer in your workplace in terms of demographics, you can’t understand your customer, says Jim Gordon, Intel’s GM of Platform Security Division. Tech industry giant Intel took “doing the right thing” and made it a business imperative to show how impactful true inclusion can be. Their results were impressive and…

Read the full article on the RSA Blog




Cybersecurity Burnout: What It Is, Why It Matters, and What to Do About It 

by Karen Worstell on November 20, 2018

Burnout is a critical issue for company productivity, innovation, and talent retention. This month is devoted to burnout: causes, identification, prevention, and what to do if you are already there. I recently gave a keynote address about the problem of burnout in the cybersecurity space. What astonished me was what happened after. Audience members approached me, many with tears in their eyes, to…

Read the full article on the RSA Blog



Cybersecurity Talent: Will Your Company Ride the Wave, or Drown in the Tsunami? 

by Karen Worstell on November 1, 2018

The state of cybersecurity worldwide is in grave peril. We are facing a massive deficit of talent, and it’s about to get much worse. An estimated 3.5 million jobs won’t have a qualified person to fill them by 2020. It goes without saying that a cyber talent gap translates to an ever-growing security gap between the rapid pace of technology change and security innovation. Without premium security…

Read the full article on the RSA Blog