Why Infosec Girls

The field of information security lacks a community for women to provide support and mentorship within the community, as well as actively encourage women in other fields interested in security.

Our Aim

Our main objective is to get women curious about information security. We aim to do this by encouraging more women to actively participate in events like security conferences & community meet-ups.

How you can help

Spreading the word about us on social media!(@infosecgirls,#infosecgirls). Volunteer with us to conduct workshops and sessions for women in technology and colleges.

About us

Here’s a little bit about the people behind infosecgirls.

Would you like to attend an infosecgirls meetup?

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Event Calendar

From our blog

CTF Training with Heba Hamdy Farahat

on December 7, 2019

Webinar title: CTF Training with Heba Hamdy Farahat Presentor: Heba Hamdy Farahat Youtube recording of the session

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InfoSecgirls meetup in Gujarat on November 30th 2019

on November 30, 2019

InfoSecGirls Gujarat First Meet on November 30th 2019 Speakers and Topic Info: Session Details: How to get start in Cyber Security by Namrata Brahmkshatriya Python for security by Ashi Srivastav Mosk Ransomware by Purvi Macwana Meetup :- https://www.meetup.com/WoSEC-India-Women-of-Security/events/266721931/ Location: GLS Campus, Ahmedabad Room No. 402 Fourth floor, MCA Building, Above Auditorium,

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Working with secured authenticated Onion v3 services for devops

on November 30, 2019

Session Details Title: Working with secured authenticated Onion v3 services for devops Requirements: Any modern Linux distribution (latest Ubuntu or Fedora is preferable) Time: 11AM - 2PM (IST) Abstract We will learn about Onion services and especially the authenticated onion services. We will see how can we use the same for any web application or authenticated services for selected folks. Outline Introduction to Tor project Onion services 101 Deploying a website as an onion service Deploying ssh access as an onion service QA Presentor: Kushal Das is a public interest technologist at the Freedom of the Press Foundation, who is a maintainer of the SecureDrop project, and part of Tor Project core team.

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Gujarat Chapter launch

on November 25, 2019

Announcement: Gujarat (Ahemdabad) Chapter launch Super Happy to announce and share an important news, we are launching InfoSecGirls Gujarat Chapter. Let’s welcome Namrata Brahmkshatriya as the chapter leader. The very first meet is on 30th November, 2019 Session Details: How to get start in Cyber Security by Namrata Brahmkshatriya Python for security by Ashi Srivastav Mosk Ransomware by Purvi Macwana Time: 11AM - 2PM (IST) RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/WoSEC-India-Women-of-Security/events/266721931 Please feel free to call her.

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