2nd Annual Women in Cybersecurity Event
Hack my Cyber Career!
Insights, toolkits, and practical advice for women in the cybersecurity industry.
The outlook on job opportunities in Cybersecurity continues to boom with a projected growth rate of 31% in the next 10 years1. While the job outlook remains positive, women continue to be underrepresented in IT roles at all levels. The ISACA New York Metropolitan Chapter is committed to extending resources to women in the field and leveraging its professional network to empower women to share their professional stories. Our SheLeadsTech committee is a proud sponsor of this annual event.
This year’s theme “Hack My Cyber Career” brings a diverse, dynamic group of women forging their path in the profession. Our speaker lineup includes women in different stages of their career with diverse perspectives.
Danyetta Fleming Magana, CEO, Covenant Security Solutions
Taylor Grossman, Cyber Policy Research Analyst, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Following the presentations, our panel discussion titled “Say My Name, Say My Name”, moderated by Krissy Safi, Managing Director, Protiviti evaluates the importance of champions and advocates saying one’s name behind closed doors and taps into the panel’s experiences with mentorship. And yes, we will tap into our inner Beyonce, to kick off this session.
While the event is geared towards women in cybersecurity, all genders are welcome to this event!
Content is applicable to the following roles: CISOs, Head of Security, Program Mangers, Risk Managers, and Security Analysts
Non Members: $20
Students: $0 (Free)
A $10 gift card will be send out to the paid attendees after the event
You will receive 2 CPEs for attending this event. CPE certificate will be emailed within 3 days after the event.
Agenda in EST:
5:30 – 5:35 pm Opening Remarks by Karen Alexander, President
5:35 – 5:50 pm Chapter Updates by Farid Abdelkader, 1st VP
5:50 – 5:55 pm Welcome Remarks by SheLeadsTech Committee
5:55 – 6:25 pm Cybersecurity, Capacity Development, and Financial Inclusion by Taylor Grossman, Research Analyst,Cyber Policy Initiative, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
6:25 – 6:30 pm Break/Sponsors’ Message
6:30 – 7:00 pm The Journey Towards Security by Danyetta Fleming, CEO, Covenant Security Solutions
7:00 – 7:05 pm Break/Sponsors’ Message
7:05 – 7:35 pm Panel Discussion: “Say my name, Say my name” Securing mentors and supporters for your career. Moderated by Krissy Safi. Panelists – Danyetta Fleming, Taylor Grossman, and Tia Hopkins.
7:35 – 7:40 pm Closing Remarks