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NWCT's Blockchain Bonanza
Ready to learn about the hottest topic in technology today? Join us for an evening of learning to use Blockchain for identity management and the Internet of Things. Non-Members and Guests – $50.00 NWCT paid Members – $40.00 Your registration includes a three course meal and parking is free. We will learn about: Blockchain Basics Blockchain Gotcha’s Uses of Blockchain for identity Uses of Blockchain for IoT We are thrilled to welcome Comcast's Vice President of Security Architecture and Technology Solutions, Nancy Davoust. Nancy is currently responsible for threat modeling, security architecture reviews, design patterns, enterprise identity, enterprise authentication, customer authentication and leading security initiatives such as customer multi-factor authentication. Nancy was previously a Distinguished Engineer at Comcast for over 8 years leading security on video, all digital, set-tops, WiFi, Internet and voice. Nancy brings over 19 years of industry experience and is a subject matter expert with focus on security. Nancy holds 6 patents in security related to secret and key management systems and has spoken twice at the U.S. Patent Office Technology Fair. Nancy belongs to the Society of Cable Television Engineers and Women in Cable and Telecommunications. She is a graduate of the Comcast Executive Leadership Forum, SCTE Tuck Executive Leadership Training and Betsy Magness Institute. Your registration includes a three course meal and parking is free.

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591 E Lancaster Ave · Wayne

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The mission of the NWCT is to provide opportunities to advance careers for professionals in Information Technology through education, mentoring, and networking. Founded in the 1980’s as the Network of Women in Computer Technology, the NWCT was forged by the female trailblazers at a time when no professional organizations existed in the city with a central-focus on women in tech. Eventually, as more and more areas of tech opened up to women in Philadelphia, the focus of the organization evolved from “computer” to all aspects of technology, and the name changed to the Network for Women with Careers in Technology. The NWCT provides quality networking and professional development events several times a year. Learn more about us here (

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