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Wednesday, January 27 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Panel: Women in Security

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Diversity in teams produces better results; What are the challenges & barriers that might not be visible to the general population?  What are the factors that make women successful in Security Technology?  What can organizations, teams do to encourage and retain talent? What are the biggest industry challenges today?  We’ll have a lively discussion on challenges, and what actions can help today and tomorrow. 

Moderators
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Lisa Napier

Sr. Product Security Program Manager, NetApp
Lisa Napier, Sr. Product Security Program Manager at NetApp currently leads the Product Security program for NetApp.  She previously led various Product Security initiatives including Secure Development Lifecycle at Cisco Systems, as well as organizing the internal Secure Development conference called SecCon for many years.  She was the first Security CCIE at Cisco, and one of the founding members of the Cisco PSIRT. 

Speakers
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Wei Lin

Senior Director, Symantec
Wei Lin, Senior Director, heads the E-Commerce Engineering organization at Symantec. | | Lin has led various engineering groups within Symantec, including the Security Technology Group and the Norton brand consumer product groups, played a key role in the success of both Consumer and Enterprise security products. | | Lin has been co-chair of various leadership committees for the Grace Hopper Conference planning. She was the General Co-Chair... Read More →
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Emily Stark

Software Engineer, Google
Emily is a software engineer on the Google Chrome security team, where she focuses on efforts to make TLS/SSL more usable and secure. Previously, she was a core developer at Meteor Development Group, where she worked on web framework security and internal infrastructure, and a graduate student researching client-side cryptography in web browsers. Emily has a master's degree from MIT and a bachelor's degree from Stanford, both in computer... Read More →
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Caroline Wong

Director of Strategic Security Initiatives, Cigital, Inc.
Caroline Wong, CISSP, is the Director of Strategic Security Initiatives at Cigital, the world's largest consulting firm specializing in software security.  Prior to this role, Caroline led a product management team at Symantec and security teams at Zynga and eBay.  Caroline is the author of “Security Metrics: A Beginner’s Guide” and is well known as a thought leader on the topics of security strategy, operations, and... Read More →


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