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Friday, May 16 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Panel: Creating a Path for Success for Today's Women in Security

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Why is a SIG needed, or any special group for women in security? We'll answer that and more. This panel will explore what might be holding women back in their security careers today, how we can explore new or expanded careers, share examples of how we can support each other, how we can build a pipeline, how we can engage more women successfuly in our field, and how we can invite more women inside. We'll share best practices to help you succeed, and ways you can connect in your own business environment. This will be interactive, with audience questions collected before and during the session, to direct to our Women in Security panelists.
 

Moderators
avatar for Debbie Christofferson, CISSP, CIPP/IT, CISM

Debbie Christofferson, CISSP, CIPP/IT, CISM

Debbie is a global cyber security leader with a long history of successful enterprise management in large distributed organizations--Intel Corporation, the Apollo Education Group and the State of Arizona. She is experienced with processes and technology required to create and support a successful security program. Debbie is an ISSA Distinguished Fellow and a Board Director for ISSA International. She has served as... Read More →

Speakers
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Martha Daniel

Founder, President & CEO, IMRI
Ms. Daniel’s technology career has spanned both corporate and government sectors.  In 1992, she founded IMRI to provide technical support for the Southern California Resolution Trust Corporation's (RTC) legal litigation teams.  Her leadership, perseverance and vision expanded IMRI into systems integration during the Year 2000 crisis.  Today IMRI delivers comprehensive cyber security, technology, program management and... Read More →
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Andrea Hoy

Chief Information Security Officer, SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union
Andrea recently joined SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union as their Chief Information Security Officer.  SchoolsFirst is the fifth largest credit union in the country, serving 500,000 members, with over $10B in assets.  Additionally, Andrea's leadership positions in information security and business continuity include companies such as Fluor, Rockwell International, Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Lifton, and a security consultant to companies... Read More →
avatar for Maria C. Suarez

Maria C. Suarez

Director Information Security, University of Southern California
Maria C. Suarez is responsible for leading the information security program development for USC.  USC consists of 8 international campuses across 4 continents and the health sciences campus. This includes 15 affiliated hospitals and academic medical research center, consisting of two acute care hospitals with 471 beds, a community hospital with 158 beds, 5 outpatient facilities, and physician practices throughout Los Angeles, Orange and... Read More →
avatar for Maria Vello

Maria Vello

Director, CEO, National Cyber-Forensic & Training Alliance (NCFTA)
Ms. Maria Vello‐CISSP, CEO and President of the NCFTA, with more than 25 years of experience in the design, integration, and implementation of global corporate systems, security, and networks, Ms Vello was the Chief Executive Officer and President of SCS, Inc.  She was a charter member of AT&T’s newly formed subsidiary, American Bell (AT&T Information Systems, Inc.).  During her career with AT&T and... Read More →


Friday May 16, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am
Hiro Room

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