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ADVANCING WOMEN TO LEAD THE FUTURE OF PRIVACY AND SECURITY
Women in Security & Privacy ("WISP") is a fiscally-sponsored project of Community Initiatives. Our mission is to advance, advocate for, and increase the participation of women in the Privacy and Information Security fields.
Education: Help women identify and achieve the level of education and skills required to succeed in security and privacy positions across multiple industries.
Mentoring & Networking: Foster a community for knowledge-sharing, collaboration, mentorship, and networking.
Advancement: Support the career advancement of women in security and privacy.
Leadership: Increase thought leadership by women in security and privacy.
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Connect With WISP - Upcoming Events
Women in Security and Privacy (WISP) would like to invite you to CFPs, Submitting & Selecting. Come hear from Whitney Merrill, founder of the Crypto & Privacy Village at DEF CON.
Come hear from Whitney Merrill, founder of the Crypto & Privacy Village at DEF CON about what to expect in Vegas this year.
Contributions to ITSPmagazine, ITSP.TV, and ITSP Radio
Recorded Live Apr 17 1:00 pm PST | United States
[Now available on demand]
Dr. Christopher Pierson, CEO, Binary Sun Cyber Risk Advisors
Elena Elkina, JD, LLM, Partner, Aleada Consulting
Jeff Carpenter, CISSP, CCSP, Vertical Market Director - Authentication, Crossmatch
Alex Horan, Director of Product Management, Onapsis
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Lisa Hawke, VP, Security and Compliance, Everlaw
Clint Hill, Head of Platform Architecture & Security, Kabbage
Raghu Gadam, Security Analyst, (ISC)²
Sean Martin, CISSP, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, ITSPmagazine
Marco Ciappelli, Co-Founder, ITSPmagazine
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Conversations At The Intersection Of IT Security And Society
Lisa Hawke | Kevin Gosschalk
Sean Martin | Marco Ciappelli
The Perception of Privacy and How it Changes Depending on Your Perspective
In today’s podcast we discussed the topic of Data Privacy Day and so much more around the concept of data privacy and how it can change shape according to who is looking at the information, when, and from what angle. It’s all about perspective.
The main title for the Data Privacy Day event was: A New Era In Privacy
We sure agree that it is, and this is exactly what you will hear us talking about in this conversation.
Thanks to our episode partner:
National Cyber Security Alliance
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