Find out what's inside the November 2020 edition of the Journal & download a free copy of this month's featured article
Three women leaders will share their experience in relocating and hiring across borders, their insights on key success factors, how to prepare for, locate and mine opportunities, and how to mesh your own goals with the job market and organizational needs. We will also gain a perspective on what a go-forward plan would include in today’s climate.
Debbie Christofferson – CoChair ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group and Information Security Consultant, Sapphire Security Services LLC
Debbie Christofferson, CISSP, CISM. 25+ years serving the information security field across the US, Europe and Asia in senior security management enterprise roles in large organizations. CoChair ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group (WIS SIG) at Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), 10 year former ISSA former Board of Directors, Founder of the local Cloud Security Chapter, and long time contributor to our field. IT security consultant and principle, published author and experienced speaker and workshop leader.
Sai Honig – Senior Security Consultant, ANZ
Over 6 years ago, Sai Honig gave up on a career in cybersecurity. At that time, she and her husband immigrated to New Zealand for a better quality of life. (This move did not come as a transfer within a company and no sponsorship was given.) After moving to a small town in New Zealand, Sai did not expect to work in cybersecurity. It was at the insistence of a contact made a few years earlier that she even applied for an Information Security role. That role led her to be noticed within the cybersecurity community of New Zealand. Her ability to explain cybersecurity concepts to non-technically minded people, earned her respect.
Since moving to New Zealand, Sai has served on the global board of ISC2 (2017-2019), and is currently on a board for Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and is a director for Black Cybersecurity Association (BSA). Locally, Sai cofounded the New Zealand Network for Women in Security. In 2020, Sai was named IFSEC Global influencers in security and fire 2020 in the category of “Cybersecurity Professionals”. A recognition given by peers. Sai continues to support the cybersecurity profession through advocacy, writing, speaking and mentoring.
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