Women in Application and Cybersecurity Panel


***CPE Certificates will given post event***
***You MUST bring a government issued ID to attend this event***

Virsec is in town and will kick off our night with a discussion around Application Security. Be sure to join us for our main event where we will discuss the career journeys and accomplishments of women in cybersecurity to honor Women's History Month.

5:30 – 6:00PM – Networking & Socializing (Food & Drinks Provided)
6:00 – 6:10PM – Introduction from Organizers and Sponsors
6:10 – 6:40PM – Speaker: Frank Walsh, Chief Security Architect at Virsec
6:40 – 7:00PM – Q&A, Networking break
7:00 – 8:00PM – Panel: Women's Panel on Application & CyberSecurity, moderated by Shauntinéz Jakab, Director of Marketing at Virsec

Confirmed Panelists:
- Taryn Donaldson, Global Data & Application Security Consultant at IBM
- Nadine Bent-Russell, Project Manager CyberSecurity at Fiserv
- [other panelists TBD]


Speaker Bio:
Frank Walsh brings extensive technical and leadership experience to his role as Chief Security Architect. He manages the Virsec Global Sales Engineering Team and all enterprise security integration efforts connected to the Virsec platform. Frank’s experience spans leadership and development roles in design, integration and launch of cutting edge technology solutions used by millions of end-users across the globe. Prior to Virsec, Frank has served as VP of Solution Architecture with Malwarebytes, Director of Technical Account Management with Tanium, Solution Architect with Amplify, Director of Online Solution Development and Senior Software Engineer with Career Systems International. Throughout these roles Frank played a critical role in the design and implementation of enterprise software solutions with hundreds of familiar brands in the Fortune 1000 marketplace.


This event’s beverages are supplied by Virsec: https://virsec.com/
Virsec can help organizations from all highly targeted industries to lower their cyber security risk and risk of application data breach. It’s unique ability to protect compiled and interpreted code applications with near 100% accuracy is a first in the security industry and is widely applicable across virtually every sector.

This event venue and food is sponsored by Improving: https://improving.com/
Improving is a complete IT services firm, offering training, consulting, recruiting, and project services. Our innovative solutions and processes have helped hundreds of clients across the globe realize their tactical and strategic business objectives. As a result, our 500 employees have accumulated extensive technology and management experience in several industries, including financial services, energy, travel, retail, government, and several others.

Learn more about our non-profit here: csnp.org

Please contact Atlanta Cybersecurity at [masked] or [masked] if you're interested in sponsoring, speaking, or contributing.