Join us for a candid discussion on what it means to be an ally for the BIPOC [black, Indigenous and people of color] cybersecurity community. Our hosts Tanisha Turner, Elastic Support Engineer and Cami Lewis, Security Community Advocate will host a Q&A session to share more about their experiences in infosec through the lens of race and gender and how we can all be allies.
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Security Community Advocate
Senior Security QA Engineer - Security Analyst Experience Team
Cami Lewis is a community advocate for security at Elastic. She started her career in application development and then found her way to an ethical hacking team where she learned the art of sql injection. The result was an instant desire to burn every line of code she had formerly written. Since then she has been dedicated to helping organizations achieve a strong security and compliance posture. She is passionate about learning and an advocate for diversity in the cyber workforce.
Tanisha L. Turner is an experienced cyber security professional in security operations, malware analysis & identification, and threat investigation. She participates in non-profit cyber security organizations and is active in information security communities. She is the first Elastician to be featured on a global list of recognized Epic Women in Cybersecurity and holds a Bachelors of Science in Information Security and an Associate of Science in Network Security. Tanisha is known as cybersecdiva in the cyber security community, and she has an Introduction to Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering Series.
Session one of an Introduction to Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering Series is published and can be found on her LinkedIn or Twitter. The remaining sessions will be released in October and November 2022.