FORT MEADE, Md. — Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the International Women Air & Space Museum. For three days it'll also be home to over 1,000 outstanding women in cybersecurity - and the National Security Agency (NSA) will be there.
The 9th annual Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference is in-person from March 17-19 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.
NSA's presence will be highlighted at booth #300 at the conference career fair in addition to a trio of speakers. BGen Lorna Mahlock, United States Marine Corps, will provide insight into her trailblazing career as the first African American Brigadier General in the Marines. From the NSA Cybersecurity Collaboration Center, our women in cybersecurity will talk about their work that impacts and shapes the field today and into the future.
NSA Speakers at WiCyS 2022:
- Creating Ladders - Giving Others the Opportunity to Be and Do the Extraordinary - BGen Lorna Mahlock, USMC, Deputy Director for Combat Support, National Security Agency - Friday, 18 March will speak during the Dinner at 6:00 pm EDT in the Ballroom
- Taking One Byte at a Time: Securing 5G - Natalie Pittore, Chief, Enduring Security Framework, National Security Agency - Friday, 18 March from 11:00am to 11:45am EDT at 25ABC
- Protecting America's Defense Industrial Base with Cybersecurity Services - Kristina Walter, Chief, Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Services, National Security Agency - Saturday, 19 March from 10:00am to 10:45am EDT at 25ABC
Visitors can learn more about NSA's mission, how it addresses the hardest problems facing the nation, and meet some of the people making it all happen.
Bring your resume! If you're looking for a rewarding career in the fast-paced world of cyber, and you're passionate about federal service, stop by booth #300 for more information. We'll have folks ready to conduct interviews and help grow our team.
We hope to see you in Cleveland to help highlight some of the incredible women who drive cybersecurity at NSA.