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***April 9 update***

Girls Go Tech 2.0

Great opportunity for middle and high school girls!

In partnership with WiCyS (Women in Cybersecurity) and with funds from a Carl D. Perkins Non-Traditional grant, WCC is providing access for middle and high school girls to the WiCySv20 Summit, available online April 15-17, 2020.

Learn about careers in cybersecurity and how to get started. This virtual summit features presentations, panels, and workshops by expert women from across the country working in cybersecurity.

Internet access is required.

Available at no cost to participants!

Space is limited. For best consideration, register here by no later than 4 pm, Mon., Apr. 13.


Participants are welcome to attend as much of the Summit as they like. Recommended sessions:

Wed., Apr. 15
11 am - noon* - Exploiting Your Digital Footprint
1-2 pm* - Lightning Talks

Thurs., Apr. 16
11 am - noon* - Making Cybersecurity Operations More Efficient: Human and Machine Working Together OR
Women Securing The Future with TIPPSS for IoT
Noon - 1 pm* - Losing our Reality: Combating Deepfake Threats OR Catching the CAN Bus: Car Hacking on a Budget

Fri., Apr. 17
9 - 10 am* - Diverse Paths for Women to Enter Cybersecurity Careers
10 - 11 am* - Gotta Catch 'Em All - Bug Bounty!

*Times (PDT)

An online debrief session led by WCC faculty will be scheduled (date and time TBD, likely the week of April 19).

Whatcom Community College is not affiliated with WiCyS and is not responsible for content shared by presenters or participants.

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