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Francesca Spidalieri: “You must have strong female mentors in cyber security”

In this “Secure in Mind” podcast episode Nick Kelly speak with Francesca Spidalieri on the need for strong female mentors is absolute in order to encourage further female proliferation within the very heavily male-weighted industry

11 Ott 2018

This “Secure in Mind” podcast episode sees Nick Kelly speak with Francesca Spidalieri (the Senior Fellow for Cyber Leadership at the Pell Center at Salve Regina University), an incredibly impressive young female leader and influencer in cyber security.

The need for strong female mentors in the realm of the cybers

Francesca’s work in advising business and government leaders around the world is nothing short of inspirational for anyone in tech but especially for aspiring girls and women looking to enter the field. As Francesca points out several times during the episode, the need for strong female mentors is absolute in order to encourage further female proliferation within the very heavily male-weighted industry. Francesca is a rising global powerhouse in this field so everyone buckle up and enjoy the show!

The teachings in cybersecurity of Francesca Spidalieri

Francesca Spidalieri is the Senior Fellow for Cyber Leadership at the Pell Center at Salve Regina University, where she leads the Cyber Leadership Research Project and the Rhode Island Corporate Cybersecurity Initiative (RICCI). She is also a cybersecurity consultant for Hathaway Global Strategies LLC, and serves as co-principal investigator for the Potomac Institute’s Cyber Readiness Index 2.0, as a subject-matter expert for the UN International Telecommunications Union (ITU), and as a distinguished fellow for the Ponemon Institute. Francesca teaches graduate courses on cybersecurity for managers and has published extensively on cyber risk management, cyber leadership development, and cybersecurity education and awareness. In addition, she lectures regularly at cyber-related events both in Europe and the U.S. and contributes to journals on cybersecurity matters affecting countries and organizations worldwide.

Info on our guest here.

The Secure in Mind project

Our mission is to greatly increase and encourage community discussion about technological and ethical issues that have done, are and will impact society on a global scale.

There is a longstanding and distinct disconnect between the way information is packaged and presented to the public and the effectiveness of this presentation in terms of generating informed, considered debate.

If we can take complex, important topics and present them, as best we can, in a manner that can interests people from outside the speciality, then we have surpassed our expectations.

Nick Kelly Bio

Nick is someone who, in many senses, is just like you; a human being trying to make sense of this existence of ours as we hurtle around a ball of gas in a sea of infinite eternity. More relevant though are his vacillations around the world in diverse countries and environments

collaborating, negotiating, elaborating and celebrating with fascinating people from all walks of life including politics, technology, activism, military and intelligence the world over. He brings this unique breadth of perspective to the table and has a dogged interest in pursuing the human story behind the title or policy, appreciating the fact that underneath all of our bravado, political correctness and dichotomous states of creation and destruction, we are, after all, merely mortals trying to make the best of it.

Credits

The production cost of this episode of ‘Secure in Mind’ was supported by aizoOn Technology Consulting.

aizoOn is a global technology consulting company focused on innovation. The digital economy requires new visions, technologies and organisational models. We have taken the eco-system approach: innovation happens through a co-creation process involving government agencies, individuals, public and private entities.

What this boils down to is that we use data and brains to drastically increase efficiencies, reduce waste, consolidate technology security postures and train the next generation of the top tech force.

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