This meetup is for women working in 'cyber'. We will meet once-a-month-ish and brunch. We may also have talks sometimes. We can do whatever we want with this meetup, it's ours. This is a chance for you to meet other Women in Security and Tech, in a way that you can't in most other work situations.
This meetup is for women and those who identify as women. Girls who are either teenagers or accompanied by an adult are welcome also.
If you don't work in cyber yet, but want to, this meetup is also for you! Please join us!
Hi everyone! I'm happy to announce that our CTF is back! This time we are partnering with other WoSEC chapters, WSC, Gatebreachers, WomenHackerz, Diana Initiative, WiCys, Synack, and Point3 for an epic all levels CTF. The event is hosted across the street from RSAC. Food and drinks will be provided. Can't attend in person? No worries at all... it's also a virtual event. Please note RSVPing is a must to be able to participate and attend. You must RSVP here: https://ittakesahuman.com/lp/WomenUniteOverCTF.html
Attending RSAC? Then make sure to join us for afternoon tea & coffee time!
Meeting Name: Women in Security Meetup
Location: Moscone South 303
Date: Tuesday, February 25th
Time: 3pm – 5pm
Please note that this event is for those who identify as women.
If you do not have a RSAC pass, please let us know. You will need at least an expo pass to attend the event.
Tarah will have a special mentoring session table. If interested in one of 6 spots, DM me. She will also be signing her new book!
A big thank you to Checkpoint for sponsoring our afternoon tea and treats!
Join us for heavy appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages! We will have a special panel around behaviours and stereotypes in infosec featuring:
- Caroline Canning, Third Party Risk Manager
- Cassie Clark, Sr. Security Awareness Program Manager
- Allison Donovan, Sr. Security Engineer
- Hon Kwok, Security Engineer
Join WoSEC and Airbnb for a special allies event. We will eat, drink, and chat to network and discover how we can all work together to improve the conditions for women in infosec. Followed with an open panel discussion on and around allies in infosec with Chris Cochran, Travis Monson, and Arjun Kumar.
Please note all genders are welcomed for this event. Feel free to bring your ally with you!