Session: Inclusive Cyber Intelligence
Without doubt the cyber community is dedicated to increasing diversity and fostering inclusion. However, the tools, teams, language and efforts supporting cyber intelligence can be built and perform in such a way they do the exact opposite.
This session will reference functions, processes and terminology often seen in the cybersecurity space, and highlight how both teams and individuals can practice active inclusion through adaptations, organisational improvements and behavioural changes. This presentation will pull on real-life examples, provide evidence of impact, and sew the seed that by taking small steps, we can build a far more inclusive, accessible and fair cyber intelligence community for all to flourish.
- How making small inclusive changes can make an immediate and significant difference.
- Examples of inclusive practices and adaptations that can be made, to ensure everyone feels included and able to deliver to the best of their ability
- To shine a light on how current practices, tools and behaviour can foster inclusivity often without individuals even realising.
Rebecca joined Secureworks in 2014, where she developed an immediate passion for cybersecurity. Rebecca quickly expanded her cyber acumen, moving into Secureworks first Threat Intelligence Knowledge Manager role in 2022.
Rebecca is primarily focused on the implementation of knowledge management processes and procedures for the Counter Threat Unit, the ingestion and management of Secureworks Threat Intelligence knowledge, and its associated quality, storage and maintenance.