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Women Leaders in Cybersecurity: At the Intersection of Technology, Privacy and Security, October 16th

Don't miss our annual Women Leaders in Cybersecurity Conference, October 16, 2018, from 9am to 4pm, brought to you by the NYU Center for Cybersecurity.

This year’s conference, At the Intersection of Technology, Privacy, and Security, will bring together leading women in cybersecurity to address some of the most pressing issues in cybersecurity today. Featured topics include data privacy and security, cyber defense, government relations, and the impact of synthetic media on human rights and democracy. Joining us will be speakers from firms including Jigsaw (formerly Google Ideas), Microsoft, Uber, Wickr, American Express, ADP, 21st Century Fox, Cisco, Endgame, Palantir and elsewhere, along with high-level former and current government officials and academics.

Our previous two conferences were oversubscribed, so please reserve your seat now for this day-long gathering of leading women from across disciplines of cybersecurity—including law, academia, tech, and business—to join an interdisciplinary dialogue on critical cybersecurity issues, and elevate voices of women who are leading the field.

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Featured speakers include:

  • Sylvia Acevedo
    CEO, Girl Scouts of the USA
  • Yasmin Green
    Director of Research and Development, Jigsaw, Alphabet (formerly Google Ideas)
  • Jeanette Manfra
    Assistant Secretary for the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, US Department of Homeland Security
  • Angela McKay
    Senior Director, Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy, Microsoft

And speakers from Palantir, Uber, American Express, Wickr, 21st Century Fox, and more


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