[Owasp-leaders] Call for Cyber Mentorship for Young People
sherif.mansour at owasp.org
Fri Sep 7 12:03:56 UTC 2018
Many thanks for this, I will forward it on, and also catchup at 44con.
The two points below are right up our ally I think:
- Providing career support and mentorships to older children of families
referred to foodbanks.
- Organising activities outside of foodbanks in support of the above.
On Fri, Sep 7, 2018 at 12:10 PM, Steve <steve at 44con.com> wrote:
> We’re launching our Hacking For Foodbanks initiative at 44CON (
> There’s an untapped seam of underprivileged kids caught in the food
> poverty trap. I can’t help but think that this would be something worth
> teaming up on. OWASP have a table at 44CON this year, if anyone fancies a
> chat about how we could team up on this I’d be well up for it.
> Steve Lord
> Cat herder, Event Lackey
> w: https://44con.com/ | t: @44con
> > On 7 Sep 2018, at 11:51, Sherif Mansour <sherif.mansour at owasp.org>
> > Dear all,
> > There is a very worth while initiative I wanted to share with you.
> > A while back a friend reach out about to program with the UK police to
> help young people who have demonstrated an intrest in hacking to be shown
> an appropriate cyber career path (i.e. responsible desclosure/white hat
> programs/bug bounties etc..). Attending OWASP events and using the
> associated training materials would be a good start. Additionally they are
> looking for mentorship opportunities to provide closer guidance.
> > If you are intrested in helping young people learn more about
> cybersecurity and becoming a white hat, please feel free to reach out to me
> or Stephanie Frankish (steph.frankish at ersou.pnn.police.uk).
> > Note: A lot of the mentorships can be done online so do not feel like
> location is an issue.
> > Thank you,
> > PS: On a personal note, I think this is really important, when you are
> young it's important to learn from your mistakes and have a safe place to
> learn and explore.
> > The internet can be a vast canvas to play with, and sometimes the
> conseconeces can be harsh. So it's nice to provide young people a helping
> hand, show them where the guardrails are, and that a career in
> cybersecurity is a fun and worthwhile presuit.
> > --
> > Sherif Mansour
> > OWASP Global Board Member & OWASP London Chapter Leader
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> > Email: sherif.mansour at owasp.org
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