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Thursday, September 24 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Encouraging Diversity and Advancing Cybersecurity Education

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Even in male-dominated STEM fields, computer science and security careers stand out for having so few women. Join our panelists, the founders of InfoSec Girls, to discuss how they are advancing cybersecurity education in India while also encouraging women and girls to consider careers in the field. Then join the conversation and share your thoughts and suggestions on how to increase diversity in the security industry.



Moderators
avatar for Astha Singhal

Astha Singhal

Salesforce, Senior Product Security Engineer
Astha Singhal is a Senior Product Security Engineer at Salesforce, one of the leading enterprise cloud providers. As a part of the team, Astha works with product teams at Salesforce on building secure applications both from a design and implementation standpoint. She performs code reviews, application penetration tests and builds security trainings to better incorporate security as a part of the software development lifecycle. She is also an... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Apoorva Giri

Apoorva Giri

Security Analyst with iViZ Security (a Cigital company) and Founder of InfoSec Girls
Apoorva has presented a workshop on “Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking for Women” at c0c0n 2014at Kochi, Kerala. Her interests lie in Web Application Security and Mobile Security. She’s an active member of Null/OWASP Bangalore Chapter. She has been listed on the Barracuda Hall of Fame for finding vulnerabilities on their application. @cedricfanapoo
avatar for Shruthi Kamath

Shruthi Kamath

Founder at InfosecGirls
Shruthi is the founder of InfoSec Girls. She holds a CEH from EC Council. She’s an active member of Null/OWASP Bangalore Chapter. Her area of interest is web application security. She has presented at c0c0n Conference 2013. She has been a part of Jailbreak NULLCON 2014. She has organized various events like workshops, talks & CTF events as part of InfoSec Girls initiative .She presented a talk on “Cybercrimes in India and its Mitigation” at... Read More →
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Elissa Shevinsky

CEO, Jekudo Privacy Company
Elissa Shevinsky is co-organizer of SecretCon, an enterprise security event in NYC. She is also CEO of Jekudo Privacy Company. Backed by Mach37, Jekudo is building security tools for the enterprise. Shevinsky is also a writer and speaker on issues security, privacy and innovation. She has most recently spoken at O'Reilly Solid, DefCon, Shmoocon, Computers Freedom and Privacy, and SXSW. Elissa has been building successful startups since she joined... Read More →


Thursday September 24, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room F