To raise the visibility of women experts from the United States on different topics of common interest for Spain and the United States, the U.S. Embassy and the association Mujeres Tech y Aliados are launching the program U.S. <TECH Talks>. U.S. <TECH Talks> will consist of a series of meetings conducted via videoconference between experts from the U.S. and professionals from their field of expertise in Spain. The program will kick off in March to celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8) and Women’s History Month. The first U.S. <TECH Talk> will be on Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking, and will feature Soledad Antelada, a cybersecurity engineer in the Cyber Security Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States Department of Energy. Ms. Antelada is also the founder of GirlsCanHack, an organization dedicated to engaging women and girls in the field of cybersecurity. Exchange Alumna Cristina Aranda, founder of the Asociación Mujeres Tech y Aliados, will facilitate the conversation.
U.S. <TECH Talks>: Cybersecurity and Ethical Hacking
International Institute, Miguel Ángel 8, Madrid
Wednesday March 7th, 16h. Registration.