Student Researchers Ask How Secure We Feel About Internet Security

Originally posted by Bucknell University BY MATT HUGHES You’ve probably noticed how well your internet browser has gotten to know you. Ever-advancing advertising algorithms serving up targeted ads, not to mention data breach after data breach, have made many internet users more attuned than ever to how little privacy we often have on the internet. […]

What does the Scholarship for Women Studying Information Security mean to me?

Each year in co-sponsorship with Applied Computer Security Associates (ACSA) and the Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE), CRA-W/ACSA presents the Scholarship for Women Studying Information Security (SWSIS) to 10-15 women in their undergraduate or Master’s studies. This year a SWSIS 2016 recipient shared her experience in the Information Security field and what it means to receive this scholarship.   […]

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CSUN Graduate Hopes to Bridge the Gender Gap in Technology Industry

Originally Posted on CSUN Today By: Alex Crooks The number of women working in the technology industry is far below the national average in other fields. While women held 57 percent of professional occupations in the United States workforce in 2015, they held only 25 percent of the occupations in professional computing, according to the National […]

2016 Scholarship for Women Studying Information Security Winners Announced

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Continues Dedication to Diversity in IT Security Education HPE, Applied Computer Security Associates and CRA-W Award Third Annual Recipients of Scholarship for Women Studying Information Security Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE), in collaboration with Applied Computer Security Associates (ACSA) and the Computing Research Association’s Committee on the Status of Women in Computing […]

SANS Honors People Who Made a Difference in Cybersecurity in 2014

Originally posted on PRNewswire-USNewswire BETHESDA, Md., SANS Institute is pleased to announce the winners of the SANS 2014 Difference Makers awards. While the headlines focus on security breaches, there are thousands of security practitioners out there who are quietly succeeding and keeping their companies and customers safe from attacks. The SANS Difference Makers award celebrates those […]

Columbus High Grad, Columbus State student on Pioneering Path in IT Security

Originally printed in the Ledger-Enquirer BY MARK RICE Trang Nguyen has a pastel-colored laptop cover emblazoned with woodland animals to distinguish her computer. But she doesn’t need any gimmick to distinguish her work on that machine. The Columbus High School and Georgia Tech graduate, now a Columbus State University graduate student, is among the 11 national recipients […]

11 Women Awarded Cybersecurity Scholarships by Applied Computer Security Associates and CRA-W

Originally posted on Market Wired “Scholarship for Women Studying Information Security” Receives Grant From HP to Support a New Generation of IT Security Talent WASHINGTON, DC– Responding to a shortage of cybersecurity professionals across the United States and a dearth of women in the field, Applied Computer Security Associates (ACSA) and the Computing Research Association’s […]

Hewlett-Packard Grants Scholarships to 11 Female Cyber-Security Mavens

Originally Posted on Fast Company By: ELIZABETH SEGRAN “Do you even know how to code?” Jessie Pease, a rising senior at Cal Poly, gets asked this question by male colleagues all the time. She’s spent years in advanced coding classes and interned at both Cisco and Apple, so the question slightly offends her. But she’s begun […]

UMBC Student Wins Cybersecurity Scholarship

Originally Posted on Technical.ly Baltimore By: Tyler Waldman  Rising senior Victoria Lentz was one of 11 winners of a scholarship aimed at supporting women interested in cybersecurity. Only 10-15 percent of the cybersecurity workforce is female, according to a recent study. Victoria Lentz sometimes looks around her classes to find she’s the only woman around. “I’ve had […]