Lisa Jiggetts is the Founder Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu, a non-profit that is dedicated to increasing the opportunities and advancement for women in cybersecurity.
Tag: People of Color
Gabriel Agboruche (@ICS_Gabe) is a senior ICS and OT cybersecurity consultant, helping organizations solve their most challenging industrial control security problems. And that was a mouthful, but that’s what I do. Journey’s unique one and almost didn’t happen.
Lisa Jiggetts is the founder of the Women’s Society Of Cyberjutsu. After recording, we continued talking and the topic of salary negotiations came up. It was so good I started recording again. This topic is super important. I have seen both experienced and inexperienced people make these mistakes.
Kavya Pearlman is an Award-winning cybersecurity professional with a deep interest in immersive and emerging technologies. Kavya is the founder of non-profit, XR Safety Initiative (XRSI).
Fareedah, a lifelong learner, was always interested in technology and grew up reading her father’s Cisco books. His influence led her to the field of information security where she stepped up and is always tackling new challenges.
A 19 year old “not a security researcher”. Facing limitations because of his age and not having the right “prerequisites” Hossam has had to make his own path. He also dreams in code and is one of the youngest OSCE’s in the world!
Ismaelle Vixsama (aka Izzy) has a knack for finding strategic flaws and speaking up about them. Doing so helped her get her first full-time cybersecurity job as well as have repercussions for defensive egos. Her whole career is a war story.
Leron Gray is a man of many talents. Not getting really into computers until much later in life, but always having a creative side, he now finds himself as a pentester working from home and nerdcore rapper producing amazing beats!
Nipun was discouraged to pursue a career in information security due to his immigrant status, but is now a Cyber Security Executive.
Marcus Carey has been hacking since we was five. A true MacGuyver he had to make due with little resources available to him. He later enrolled for the Navy, worked for 3 letter agencies including the NSA, and now has his own security startup. Marcus shares a TON with us in this episode.
Steph is brand new to the infosec field! We go over her interesting and eventful path into Information Security, reflections on her role today, and some really interesting war stories!
Elvis Chan is a Supervisory Special Agent Elvis Chan, who works cyber security matters for the FBI San Francisco Division. We discuss how we got into the FBI, Life in the FBI CyberSecurity Division, and how to get involved.
In his career journey through a “Geek Squad” like service at Circuit City (“Firedog”) to trading floors and corporate information security, he’s amassed significant experience in the industry and is an example of how security consciousness is important even before you’re an official security “pro”.