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Communities Need Participation by Akash Mahajan

If you missed the meet on 16th October 2016, here is the video of Akash Mahajan’s talk on “Communities Need Participation”.

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Infosecgirls meet on 16th October 2016

Infosecgirls is organizing a meet which will be held on 16th October at Citrix Bangalore. This meet will be held post null meet. Kindly confirm your availability for the event by registering for the meet. AGENDA: Benefits of volunteering for community activities by Akash Mahajan Date: Sunday October 16 2016 Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm IST Hurry up and register today! Don’t forget to share this with other women in your organization.

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Registration for Infosecgirls session on 23rd April 2016

Infosecgirls session will be held on 23rd April 2016 at Bangalore.This is a hands-on session,therefore it will be invite only. The registrations are open for 30 women participants only and will be first come first serve basis. AGENDA: Introduction to Nmap (Hands-On session) by Vandana Verma Date : 23rd April 2016 Time : 9:30 am – 1:00 pm IST An confirmation email will be sent to selected participants on 21st April 2016.

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Registration for Infosecgirls session on 2nd April 2016

Infosecgirls Hands-on session will be held on 2nd April 2016 at Bangalore. As this will be a hands-on session, it will be invite only. The registrations are open for 30 women participants only and will be first come first serve basis. AGENDA: Hands-on session on Cross-Site Scripting(XSS) by Gowthami K Date : 2nd April 2016 Time : 9:30 am – 1:30 pm IST Pre-Requisites for session : Basic understanding of Javascript, HTML .

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Mailing List created for Infosecgirls

Mailing list has been created for discussions and regular updates on our meets. To subscribe visit : https://groups.google.com/d/forum/infosecgirls  To post to the group, send email to infosecgirls@googlegroups.com Interested folks kindly subscribe.

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Community partners for Nullcon 2016

Glad to announce infosecgirls are community partners for Nullcon 2016. For more details about the conference and registration visit : Nullcon See you all at Nullcon!!

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Winja – 2016

Winja is back again!! Winja focuses on bringing women in tech ahead and to help them explore their potential in a comfortable environment and to geek out without feeling intimidated.   Winja – CTF is a complete “challenge based” set of simulated hacking challenges relating to “Web Security”, separated into small tasks that can be solved individually by the women attendees, who will attempt to attack and defend the computers and networks using certain tools and network

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Registration for Infosecgirls January meet-up

Infosecgirls meet-up will be held on 23rd Jan 2016. AGENDA: Testing with Burp suite. Take away from the session: Getting familiar with the burp features. Get a better understanding to perform testing using Burp Suite Download link : https://portswigger.net/burp/download.html Note: This is a hands-on session, therefore it will be a invite based session. The registrations are open for 40 women participants only and will be first come first serve basis.

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Registration details of infosecgirls meet-up on Nov 28th 2015

If you are a woman who is passionate about information security then this event is for you! Note: The registrations are open for 40 women participants only and will be first come first serve basis. So hurry up and register today! Don’t forget to share this with other women in your organisation/schools. You can get in touch @infosecgirls Registration link for the event : http://goo.gl/forms/BzN66umlfl

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Women In AppSec Panel Discussion

InfosecGirls were invited to AppSecUSA 2015 for a panel discussion on “Encouraging diversity and advancing cybersecurity education”. The panel discussion was at 3:30 pm PDT. It was a panel of 3 with Infosecgirls co-founders Apoorva, Shruthi and Elissa Shevinsky,‎ CEO & CoFounder at JeKuDo Privacy Company. The event was moderated by Astha Singhal. The moderator asked the Infosecgirls about the initiative . Below are the questions asked at the discussion and the answers by us :

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