Canadian Women in Cybersecurity

March 10th, 2020
SANS Rocky Mountain

 March 10th, 2020  

Canadian Women in Cybersecurity

Event submitted on Wednesday, December 4th 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva

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 Our Review

More and more of these events keep happening year-on-year and we couldn’t be happier to list them. We actually have a category devoted to “Women in Cybersecurity” which we’re proud to say we’ve had online for several years now. One of the themes of this conference seems to be the career-aspect of working within InfoSec so that’s clearly a hugely beneficial subject. Congrats to the organizers and let us know how it goes if you attend this event. If you’re a lady in Cyberspace then – and in Toronto/Canada – then you can’t have an excuse not to attend this conference where you’ll meet a bunch of likeminded guys and gals within your industry.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Wednesday, December 4th 2019.
- If you would like to edit or ammend facts in my review please either send us a message or connect with me via LinkedIn.

Event Summary

The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Wednesday, December 4th 2019, or created by us.

The conference will be bringing diversity in the cybersecurity workforce by inspiring and educating women from all generations and all walks of life.

Every woman working in the cybersecurity industry is invited to come and learn from the leaders who broke the glass and paved the way for the rest of us to be able to excel and lead in cybersecurity. There will be inspiring keynotes and topics that will help in your career development like IoT to best practices in cybersecurity and even hacking demos.

The event is also looking for high-level information security experts who can be keynote speakers. They accept talks that will inspire the attendees to do better, introduce them to a problem they didn’t know they had or look at a problem in a new way. Presentations that will actually teach the audience something new will be selected.

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