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How To Empower Women In Security
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8/11/2015 | 3:21:13 PM
Thanks Black Hat!
It's wonderful that BH is making an effort to promote women in Infosec. I didn't get to attend the luncheon mentioned in this article because I was busy selling raffle tickets for BH prizes at Black Hat's new charity booth. BH chose Girl Develop It as the first beneficiary of this raffle. GDI raised over $1100 to continue developing training for women in the IT field including Information Security. BH donated every dime from the raffle to the cause and also fully donated the awesome gift basket and black card. I can't thank BH enough and all of the attendees of BH for contributing so much. I'd say everyone did a great job of showing support for women in Infosec. And I had the best seat in the house representing GDI and getting to meet and talk to hundreds of Infosec professionals at the best Security conference around. 

Looking forward to next year! 

Pam Armstrong
Girl Develop It - Phoenix


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