Are Women in Software Security from Venus or Mars?

  • Date 14th November 2018 (Wednesday)

Are Women in Software Security from Venus or Mars?

14 Nov 2018, 11:00 - 12:00


Ongoing open knowledge transfer and community engagement are key components of security best practices. Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) drives such value to securing our Internet. Local OWASP Women in AppSec (WIA) Committee members highlight the importance of diversity in integrating competent, committed and representative human capital into software development ecosystems.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Insight on relevant skills/training and mentorship ROI for HR, managers and employees at all levels
  2. Opportunity for expert perspective from current industry minority group

Location: C102/3


  • Zoe Braiterman


    Women in AppSec Committee Chair, OWASP Foundation

    Professor, QVersity

  • Cindy Cullen


    Managing Director, NDegrees

    (ISC)² International Board of Directors 2019-2021

    Cindy Cullen, CISSP, CCSK, CISM, ITILv3, MSCsc, has worked in cybersecurity in telecommunications, finance, pharmaceutical, healthcare, on government...

  • Evie Borthwick


    Project Manager

    Consultant Project Management Expert

    Evie is a security conscious technologist currently preoccupied with the implications of Gödel's incompleteness theorems for all technological...

  • Krista Valenzuela


    Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst

    New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell

    Krista Valenzuela is a the team lead of the Cyber Threat Intelligence and Analysis Bureau at the New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications...

  • Anita D'Amico



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