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Women in technology and cybersecurity is an important topic. We engage with two female cybersecurity professionals to provide first hand accounts of their experiences and thoughts on women in technology and discuss several initiatives that are supporting female opportunity to learn and have a successful career in the technology and cybersecurity space. Steve and Gerry also provide some easy to implement security controls that significantly reduce personal cyber risk to you. Special thanks to Vanna Ramaiah and Whitney Champion for their time and contributions.

Show Notes

Resources:

Girl Scouts offering merit badges in cybersecurity https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-girlscouts/new-girl-scout-badges-focus-on-cyber-crime-not-cookie-sales-idUSKBN19C29G

GirlsGoCyberStart http://www.dllr.maryland.gov/whatsnews/cyberpart.shtml https://girlsgocyberstart.com/

RedHat Co.Lab https://www.redhat.com/en/open-source-stories/colab

Women Who Code https://www.womenwhocode.com/

DJangoGirls: https://djangogirls.org/

PyLadies – http://www.pyladies.com/

Google Inactive Account Manager  https://myaccount.google.com/inactive

One Cool Things

Curated list: Women in Infosec Gerry “follows” on Twitter

Caroline Wong @CarolineWMWong
Amanda Rousseau @malwareunicorn
Whitney Champion @shortxstack
Sarah Edwards @iamevltwin
Whitney Merrill @wbm312
Shannon Morse @snubs
Kelly Paxton @pdxcfe

 

The Analogies Project

https://theanalogiesproject.org/

 

Contact

Email infosecicu@musc.edu

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