[Owasp-leaders] Women in Security
eoin.keary at owasp.org
Thu Jun 9 12:25:28 UTC 2016
Tony this is testament to the new OWASP Dublin Chapter boards hard work, inclusiveness and energy!
Congrats to you as our new chapter leader and to the newly elected chapter board.
> On 8 Jun 2016, at 23:47, Tony Clarke <tony.clarke at owasp.org> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> The OWASP Dublin Chapter has a new board and a bunch of new volunteers and one of the initiatives we're working on is to attract and retain women in cybersecurity and make an impact locally.
> We're about to kick off an outreach initiative with other security groups locally (ISC2, ISACA, etc), 3rd level institutions, employer groups, industry and government bodies. The aim is to make a practical difference and reduce barriers at all levels, which would hopefully result in attracting and retaining more women in cybersecurity. We're looking at a number of activities including speaking with schools/colleges, workshops/training, developing guide literature for companies to reduce barriers, etc.
> We were wondering if there are others in OWASP working on similar activities (e.g. Women in AppSec) and if so can we connect to share experiences and collaborate together?
> The videos below are from an event we had two weeks ago with about 200+ people attending. We had two speakers (Jacky Fox & Jane Frankland) and a panel of 6 (directors from Symantec, Deloitte, DocuSign, IBM, and Michelle Simpson OWASP Belfast chapter lead) who tool Q&A.
> Event Overview
> Vox Pops
> Jacky Fox Short Interview
> Jane Frankland Short Interview
> Panel Discussion
> The chapter had about 20 volunteers assisting and ran a Facebook live event. The feedback from the event was very positive.
> Many Thanks,
> OWASP Dublin Chapter Lead
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