The Women CyberSecurity Society is a networked community providing support, programs, services, workshops and events to advance women and minorities in a cybersecurity career.
Approximately 20-25 women will be selected and begin training in several groups during late July/early August, with graduation in February 2020. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents, and can be seniors in college or career changers that do not have a previous professional background in cybersecurity. For additional information, please review the attached PDF or Academy website
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.
Gary Hayslip and Ted Harrington chat w/ITSPmagazine after a live panel during Black Hat USA 2017.
Following the ITSPmagazine and BrightTALK live panel session at Black Hat USA 2017 which covered the impact the Internet of Things has on society, two of the expert panelists - Gary Hayslip from Webroot and Ted Harrington from ISE - chat with Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli about the Internet of Things and their impact on businesses of all shapes and sizes.