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Women in Cybersecurity Day – 2016 Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Dinner

Now on its third year, the 2016 Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Dinner returns to celebrate the women who have made an impact in the world of cybersecurity. The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is once again gathering for this event in a night of fun and festivities on August 12th 2016 at the Rooftop Bar & Grill in Arlington, Virginia.

Women in Cybersecurity Day

What is the Cyberjutsu community?

The WSC is a non-profit organization passionate about helping and empowering women to succeed in cybersecurity. By arranging study groups, providing training and workshops, and developing a STEM program, the WSC is paving the way for women to enter a field that has a significant lack of gender diversity and a troubling supply of workforce talent.


Industry leaders

This year’s speaker is the Chief Security Officer of Cisco’s Global Value Chain, Edna Conway. As the Info Security Products Guide’s 2016 CSO of the Year, and a frequent speaker for several government, academic, and industry forums, Conway is a recognized expert across industries.

eLearnSecurity’s Elite prizes

eLearnSecurity takes pride in again being one of the event’s prize sponsors. Two lucky attendees will be coming away with the Elite Edition of Penetration Testing Professional version 4. PTPv4 is eLearnSecurity’s latest course and the premiere online training course in IT security. Try it for yourself here.

You can still join in on the fun!

Registration for the 2016 Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Dinner is still open, and everyone is welcome! All proceeds from the event support WSC programs that further their mission of providing hands-on skills and experience in the areas of cybersecurity, programming, and information technology to women of all ages.

To join, sponsor, or learn more about the event, visit the Cyberjutsu Awards page here.


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