SWSIS Scholarships: Where are They Now? Featured Scholar: Jill JermynIn: Article, Highlight on Alums - Past Newsletters, HomePage Article, SWSIS Blog, SWSIS Press Release /
Jill Jermyn was the first recipient of a SWSIS Scholarship in 2012. SWSIS funds supported her Masters’ degree at Columbia University, after which she transitioned into a Ph.D. program. SWSIS does not currently fund Ph.D. studies. Jill is a Software Engineer in Security and Privacy at Google. She recently received her Ph.D. from Columbia University, where her research focused on networking and security.
SWSIS Scholarships: Where are They Now? Featured Scholar: Kebra ThompsonIn: Article, Highlight on Alums - Past Newsletters, HomePage Article, SWSIS Blog, SWSIS Press Release /
Kebra Thomspon received an SWSIS scholarship from 2015 to 2016 while she earned a master’s degree in computer science at the University of Washington – Tacoma. She is currently an Information Specialist at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Keyport, Washington.
Student Researchers Ask How Secure We Feel About Internet SecurityIn: Article, Highlight on Alums - Past Newsletters, HomePage Article, SWSIS Blog, SWSIS Press Release /
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?In: Article, HomePage Article, SWSIS Blog, SWSIS Press Release /
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. […]
New America Foundation Blog Series – Humans of CybersecurityIn: SWSIS Blog /
The New America Foundation has started a new series of blog posts about women in cybersecurity. Among the first are two SWSIS winners, writing about their careers and how they’ve become interested in cybersecurity. Read about Priya Chawla and Jill Jermyn. The blog is called Humans of Cybersecurity.
What the SWSIS Scholarship Means to MeIn: SWSIS Blog /
Receiving the SWSIS Scholarship means more to me than just the financial support. Receiving the recognition and support of the ACSA makes me feel even more determined to complete my degree in Computer Science with an emphasis in Security. This fall, I have the opportunity to study abroad in Stockholm, Sweden where I will also […]
SWSIS scholarship helped me to start my career in cyber securityIn: SWSIS Blog /
I was selected for the SWSIS scholarship during an unsettled time in my life. I just started graduate school at Columbia University after a career change, and although I was greatly interested in information security, I didn’t quite know how I wanted to apply it to my future plans. I received a great deal of […]
How the ACSA Scholarship has helped meIn: SWSIS Blog /
After learning that I was receiving the SWSIS from ACSA in 2012, I was ecstatic and very grateful. I was studying to complete my Bachelor in Computer Science with a Concentration on Computer Security at Towson University in the next year. I had experience with an internship with a defense contracting firm, however I was […]
Welcoming past SWSIS winners!In: SWSIS Blog /
Welcoming past SWSIS winners! It’s my pleasure to welcome posts from past SWSIS winners. Over the next few weeks, you’ll see postings from some of the talented young women who were helped in their education by SWSIS scholarships. Join me in congratulating them – and I hope you’ll join them in applying for SWSIS scholarships! — […]