Girl Geek Scotland Speaker Event: Cybersecurity - Cyber Angels
Join us for our FREE Cybersecurity speaker event, on the 22nd of September from 6 - 9pm at Codebase in Edinburgh. Learn more about the sector, network with some geeky people, and of course meet some role models!
We welcome newbies considering entering into this career, people currently working in Cybersecurity and anyone who is interested in learning more about how Cybersecurity will affect us all.
As usual Girl Geek Scotland will provide plenty of time for networking, wine and nibbles.
Register to attend this networking event on Eventbrite here
(Host) Samantha Leeman - Senior Consultant - Girl Geek Scotland/Bright Purple Resourcing
Alison McAlroy – Information Security Manager – Tesco Bank
Chelsea Sievewright – Information, Risk and Security Consultant - Prudential
Jamie Graves – CEO – ZoneFox
Laura Johnston – Associate Consultant - PWC
6.00 - 7.00pm Registration & Networking
7.00 - 8.15pm Presentations & Q&A
8.15 - 9.00pm Networking & Wrap up.
About this event
Keen to address the lack of role models for women in Cybersecurity, Samantha Leeman from Bright Purple Resourcing, also one of our Event Managers at Girl Geek Scotland, is running this event.
The skills shortage in Cybersecurity is something that is and continues to be well documented; by 2018 there will be a global shortage of 4.2 million people who work in the sector. And according to (ISC)2’s latest study, only 6% of those working in the sector are women, a drop of 4% after the figure remained unchanged for 2 years at 10%.
There is a massive opportunity for anyone considering this career path!
Girl Geek Scotland
At Girl Geek Scotland our aim is to grow a community of professionals and entrepreneurs who are able to support each other at entry-level and throughout their careers in computing, creativity, and enterprise. A big part of this is ensuring that there are role models for everyone to learn from and aspire to.
Girl Geek Scotland welcomes people from all gender identities, physical abilities, neurotypical and atypical people, religions and ethnicities. We ask everyone attending to show respect for others at all times.