The Women Driving Innovation in State Cybersecurity


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This panel will introduce women at the forefront of cybersecurity in Colorado, Indiana and North Carolina. It will discuss the importance of women in government technology roles. They will describe the innovative policies they are adopting to defend state systems from compromise, partner with private companies, and groom the next generation of cybersecurity leaders.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn about state cybersecurity and the exciting developments in state cybersecurity.
2: Understand why women in leadership roles enhances the development of state cybersecurity policy.
3: Learn best practices to eliminate barriers women face in the cybersecurity profession.

Participants
Chetrice Mosley

Cybersecurity Program Director, Indiana Department of Homeland Security Office of Technology

Deborah Blyth

CISO, State of Colorado

Maggie Brunner

Program Director, Cybersecurity, Emergency Communications & Technology, National Governors Association

Maria Thompson

State Chief Information Risk Officer, North Carolina Department of Information Technology

professional development & workforce policy management


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