Panel Discussion: Career in Security & Privacy
Careers in Security & Privacy are diverse — from consulting to engineering, from acadmia to industry — with many in-between shades. In the upcoming meet-up, a set of female experts will answer all your questions that you dare to ask. This includes different career paths, particular challenges in their careers, positive and negative moments, and compatability with private life. Bring your own topics to enhance the discussion, either direct to the meet-up or in our Discord channel!
17:40 Panel Discussion
19:30 Community Topics
Special Guest: Linda Mohamed is a principal consultant and Head of AWS for ebcont.
Martina Lindorfer is a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Security and Privacy Research Unit at TU Wien. Her research focuses on systems security, in particular mobile security and privacy, and all things malware analysis.
Johanna Ullrich is key researcher at SBA Research and leads the Networks and Critical Infrastructures Security Research Group. Her research focuses on security at the intersection of computer science and classical engineering.
Sandra Wotawa is responsible for marketing and event management at SBA research. Before, she worked more than 15 years in the Corporate Communications Department of the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Vienna and as a Marketing Manager for a headhunting agency.
Please register via our Meetup Group Women in Privacy & Security Vienna
The MeetUp is free for all women+ & women+ only.
Please note that this is an event for women-only event that intends an inclusive definition of women. We are welcoming and respectful of women, including amab transgender persons and those that are nonbinary, gender non-conforming, and any others who identify as a woman in a way that is significant to them.
Talk language: English
Event on site at SBA Research
About the event series
This meetup group is founded by female experts from SBA Research, TU Wien and University of Vienna (Members of VISP Vienna Security Privacy Research Cluster Vienna).