CYBERSECURITY PATHWAYS TO TRAINING, TALENT & DIVERSITY

CYBERSECURITY PATHWAYS TO TRAINING, TALENT & DIVERSITY

Wednesday, August 19th, 2020 @ 2:00pm EDT

Diversity in the workplace has come to a head in the past few months. Companies want to know what solutions exist and what best practices other companies have implemented. Bootcamp training programs? Apprenticeship models? What methods have companies used to diversify their workforce? Companies across all industries are scrambling to fill cybersecurity job openings with no clear solution.   

Motivated candidates, both employed and underemployed, want to know the proven strategies to enter the Cybersecurity industry and grow within it.

 

  • What are key tips that you received early in your career that have helped you be successful?
  • The business of Cybersecurity and how it aligns with advancing business objectives
  • How do I get started? What are the pathways? How do you connect and grow within the industry? 
  • What are some of the key characteristics that a candidate can display to get your attention in an interview?

Our panel of industry executives will guide us through these important and timely questions.

Reinier Moquete
Moderator
Founder & CEO at CyberWarrior Academy

Jason Rueda
Panelist
Global Head of Resiliency for GTI Global Technology Infrastructure at JP Morgan Chase 

Kristin Nichols
Panelist
Program Manager for Talent Acquisition/Diversity, Equity & Belonging at Ultimate Software

Elizabeth Agosto
Panelist
Global COO for Information Security Division at BNY Mellon

Sue Bergamo
Panelist
Chief Information & Chief Security Officer at Episerver

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- Rodley Rene

Information Security Engineer,
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