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I started Girls Who Hack to teach the skills of hacking to other girls so that they can change the future. Because I find hacking exciting, fun and challenging I decided to share my knowledge with others.
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March 24th, 2021 13:15 EDT
How can public, and private organizations work together to bring more cybersecurity education and employment opportunities to women in their local communities and nationwide. While cybersecurity jobs are at an all‐time high, the gender gap in the field of cybersecurity remains wide. It takes a coordinated effort from government, schools, and the community to build awareness and interest in cyber careers among women of all ages, no matter if they are in a small town or in the nation’s capital. This session will bring together female cybersecurity professionals as well as advocates for women in cybersecurity to share how they became interested in cyber and what opportunities led to their current careers.
Additionally, this panel will discuss the ways public and private organizations can work together to increase opportunities or women in cybersecurity at the local, regional and national level.
May 24th - June 4th
I am super excited to be asked back as a judge for the third year in a row! Emoti-Con brings tomorrows innovators to the forefront. If you want to see the future of technology, this is the place!
- High Altitude Balloon
- WaterBot Upgrade
- Oxalis Stricta
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