Panel: Achieving Success as a Woman in Cybersecurity
Sponsored by the Women's Society of Cyberjutsu
If you are a woman already in this field, wishing to advance, or just entering the exciting world of Cybersecurity, you won’t want to miss this panel discussion. We have gathered top notch women to share their insights and experiences with you.
The goal of this panel discussion is to help guide you by offering advice and firsthand knowledge so you can maneuver with confidence in the field of Cybersecurity.
This is an opportunity to network and share information with peers and to further take advantage of the Women's Society of Cyberjutsu support system.
Have you asked yourself:
What do I need to do to become a __________________?
What's more important, degrees or certifications?
Which should I get first?
How/where do I learn the technical skills I need to be a ________________?
How technical do I need to be?
Are there non-technical positions in Cybersecurity?
How do I ask for a raise or promotion?
How do I "deal" with male dominated work environments?
What do I need to know to start my own Cybersecurity consulting business?
What do recruiters want to see on resumes?
These and many more questions will be addressed by our panel.
Terry Gudaitis - Owner of Mindstar Security & Profiling, LLC. Former CIA Behavioral Profiler
Andrea Bennett - CEO, Cloudburst Security
Margaret Leary - Co-Principal Investigator at CyberWatch Center
Tammy Torbert - Information Security Engineer, Arcsight
Suzanne Hall, Vice President, Information Technology American Red CrossLisa Goldman, Sr. Technical Recruiter, URS