Cyber Security Women in Real Life

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International Cyber Threat Task Force (ICTTF) invites you to attend “Cyber Security Women in Real Life”, a 60 minute journey of real-life stories of women who have entered and progressed in the cyber security industry.

Taking place on 8th March at 12 noon, this session will be raw and honest and aims to help those interested in the industry to take that first step. Whether it’s a 180 degree career change, slightly altering your current path, choosing your first college degree or if you’re trying to find the confidence to make a change in your life towards cyber.

Cyber Security Women in Real Life

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Five women are going to share their personal stories with you and you are welcome to bring any questions you may have on the day.

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Who Are the International Cyber Threat Task Force?

The ICTTF – International Cyber Threat Task Force was established in 2010 as a not for profit initiative promoting the ecosystem of an International independent non-partisan cyber security community.
Over that decade, we have consistently innovated on how best to achieve our mission. From online community portals, apps, local membership chapters and International events we strive to work with our thousands of members from around the world.
Our mantra is It Takes a Network to Defeat a Network and our primary objective to foster collaboration and networking has been immensely successful, with our events culminating every year with our annual EU Cyber Summit. The “bad guys” are strong, highly organised and well trained.
Knowledge is power and power is strength. The ICTTF was born in Ireland and when launched used the slogan “Ní neart go cur le chéile” which in English translates to “There is no Strength Without Unity”.
Strength comes from knowledge, so we have developed the Cyber Risk Academy as an online training campus for organisations to educate their staff in becoming cyber strong and unified.
We work with our cadre of global cyber security, risk and privacy experts to develop the world’s best cyber community. As we continue to evolve and meet the dynamic challenges, we innovate to make a difference. A recent example is the launch of our free Cyber Security Bootcamp for Women to deal with the challenge of diversity in the cyber security sector. This ambitious project has been made possible by the patronage of members and students within our cyber risk academy. A fantastic example of the ICTTF community working together to support the industry and help defeat the “cyber bad guys”.

Take a look at courses on offer with ICTTF

Steven Galvin

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