|Get your nominations ready. Let's recognize the women around you who are leading change in cyber security with a Cyberjutsu Award!
May 5, 2017Northern VirgniaWomen’s Society of Cyberjutsu has issued its Call-for-Entries for the 2017 Cyberjutsu Awards.
WSC supports our members in achieving their goals and advancing their careers by celebrating each others accomplishments and acknowledging the ideas and contributions of the women around us. These awards were created to raise awareness and exposure of the outstanding work being done by women in the cybersecurity industry.
For 2017, we have added the category of Secure Coder to the list. This allows us to reach more women leading change in cyber. These roles include but are not limited to developers, programmers, web masters, women leading coding teams and groups. Our goal is to bring more visibility to these women from various walks of life.
All entries must be received by11:59 PM ESTonJune 30th, 2017, via online submission. There are no entry fees associated with nominations.
Winners will be selected by members of WSC and a select number of guests from throughout the community. Cyberjutsu Award winners will be honored during the Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Fundraising event on8/11/2017in the northern Virginia area.
All proceeds from the Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Fundraiser will support WSC programs that provide women and girls with hands-on skills and experience in areas of cybersecurity, programming, and information technology.
For more information or to receive a Cyberjutsu Awards entry packet contactMari Gallowayat910.644.0183or visit ourOfficial Nominationpage. Registration for theAnnual Cyberjutsu Awards Fundraiser will open soon!. You may see your nominee win an award!
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About Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu:
The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping and empowering women to succeed in cyber security. WSC is a community of information security and IT professionals, as well as women wanting to explore and enter the field. Collectively, they promote activities to advance women in information security. For more information, visithttp://womenscyberjutsu.org.