Coding for Effective Communication & Security Architecture Practices Today
Open to all women and men (no kids)
Coding for Effective Communication
Code is just a list of instructions for a computer, right? Perhaps, but it's actually capable of so much more. Code is also a powerful way to present ideas and illustrate concepts. This talk covers how to use code as an effective communication tool.
State of Security Architecture Practices Today
While the specialty field of “Information Security Architecture” is maturing and slowly gaining ground as a recognized specialty, there are still many misconceptions about what it really means. Michelle will present the state of information security architecture today, some of the common misconception about the practice and finally present a consensus outline of what a good security architecture practice entails and what are the key questions that should be asked for every project.
6:45 - 7 - Registration/Reception/Networking (apps/drinks provided by our sponsors, Google)
7 - 7:05 - Welcome & Introduction to CodeChix by Rupa Dachere, Founder and Chapter Lead
7:05- 7:50 - Intro to Jenny & Talk on Coding for Effective Communication
7:50 - 8:50 - Intro to Michelle & Talk on Security Architectures Practices
8:50 - 9 - Wrap up, clean up and announcements
About the Speakers
Jenny Murphy works in developer relations on Google's Project Glass. Previously, she has worked in a variety of software roles from robotics at NASA to architecting a social media startup. She is passionate about education and writing, especially on the topics of technology and science.
Michelle Guel is a Distinguished IT Engineer, one of 12 in all of Cisco IT and the first only female within Cisco IT. Prior to joining Cisco, Michele spent 11 years at NASA Ames Research Center – initially as a programmer, then a system administrator and software support specialist, and finally as an information and network security professional. In her last role at NASA Ames, she formulated, founded and headed the information security program for the Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation (NAS) Facility.
She joined Cisco in March 1996 as the founding member of Cisco’s internal security team, which is now the Corporate Security Programs Office under John Stewart.
Why are we asking for donations?
CodeChix is seeking non-profit status and we need to raise funds for filing fees. Apart from that, there is great demand for CodeChix T-shirts and we would love to be able to give our loyal attendees 2013 CodeChix T-shirts. So, we are also raising funds for that effort.