Diverse IT

Neurodiversity Is A Superpower For Hacking And Cybersecurity

The atypical brain (Autistics, Aspergers, etc.) is wired differently than the classic or “neurotypical” brain, and this cognitive difference has a strong impact on the world of cyber defense and cybercriminals. ASPertise founder Frédéric Vezon explains why the inclusion of Atypicals in the software/architecture building process will reduce the cognitive blind spots and increase the security of the systems.

Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Cybersecurity

At this year’s Black Hat Career Track, the Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Cybersecurity session examined the current landscape of women’s roles in cybersecurity. This expert panel of three top-level women provided tips and resources to help the predominantly female audience go forth and conquer that industry-wide workforce gap.

A Dialogue With Kate Adam, Head of Product Marketing at E8 Security

Cybersecurity offers the chance to protect loved ones from digital evil, and a career devoid of humdrum monotony. Kate Adam shares how she stumbled into this field, and why it’s been the most fulfilling accident of her professional life.

Experts Panels On Security And Privacy At ISSA-LA Summit #9

ISSA-LA presents two women in security and technology panels. The first panel explores information security, IT and other technology-oriented positions as they relate to attracting, recruiting, and maintaining diverse talent. And the second panel focuses on a different kind of inclusion: security versus privacy in the cybersecurity space.