Thu, 24 Mar|
Trailblazing Women in Cybersecurity
Join us for an evening of building connections and learning about the power of diversity in cyber. This event is for those who are curious, newbies or looking to step up the ladder in their cyber career.
Time & Location
24 Mar 2022, 18:30 – 20:30
London, 109-117 Middlesex St, London E1 7JF, UK
About the Event
Join us for an evening of building connections and learning about the power of diversity in cyber. This event is for those who are curious, newbies or looking to step up the ladder in their cyber career. We will joined by trailblazing women who will be discussing how to start and succeed in the field of cybersecurity. We will also be sharing with you some great resources on where to find them. Space is limited so don't miss out! You can register for this event on our website today!
Oge is an experienced Cyber Security Resilience Lead working within the UK Finance’s Cyber and Third Party risk team where she engages with key stakeholders to ensure the collective voice of the financial sector on Cyber and resilience policies are maintained. She is also currently leading the cloud initiative, cloud adoption practices and the definition of a standardised cloud security and risk framework, while she continues to play a key role in the expansion of the Financial Sector Cyber Collaboration Centre (FSCCC), an industry utility designed to promote cyber intelligence sharing amongst financial institutions. Before joining UK finance, Oge worked at PwC as a Technology and Cyber Resilience Manager where she gained extensive experience working across the three lines of defence, providing risk and controls assurance on Technology, Cyber and Operational Resilience. Prior to that, she established her career in JP Morgan as a cloud and virtual infrastructure engineer before moving into the Security Operating Center as a Cyber Risk and Threat Analyst.
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