Women in Tech: Cocktails with Andrea Abell: NBCU's Chief Information Security Officer
This is an invite-only event for women in cybersecurity. If you think this event would be a good fit for you, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to be reviewed for an invitation.
Please join NBCUniversal's 2nd Annual Women in Tech Talent Connect event – Drinks with Andrea Abell, NBCUniversal's Chief Information Security Officer. PowerToFly is proud to co-host this year's event with NBCUniversal's Operations & Technology Talent Acquisition Team.
At this year's Talent Connect event, you will have the opportunity to hear firsthand Andrea's thoughts on the current state of cybersecurity and how her team and NBCU are paving their way in this ever increasing world of cyber threats. After the program, you will also have time to network with other top women in your field, engage with NBCU women leaders in cyber security, and learn more about PowertoFly.
Agenda (Subject to Change)
- 7:00pm - Check-In & Networking over Food & Drinks
- 7:15pm - Event Kickoff
- 7:20pm - Keynote Address by Michael Bradshaw, EVP & CIO NBCUniversal
- 7:35pm - Fireside Chat featuring Andrea Abell, NBCUniversal's Chief Information Security Officer; moderated by Jill Cusick, Dir. Talent & Organizational Development
- 7:50pm- Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A
- Ingrid Jones, Senior Director, Identity Operations
- Jessica Opet, Director PMO
- Yasmine Abdillahi, Senior Director Risk Management and Information Assurance
- Marissa Johnson, Director, Business Information Security Officer
- 8:20pm - Closing Remarks
- 8:25pm - Raffle + Networking over Food & Drinks
If interested, NBCU is also hiring! NBCU is considered one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies, and proud to deliver content that entertains, informs and shapes our world. Some of their great benefits include a 401(k), an onsite gym, top-notch medical & dental coverage, sneak peaks to movie premieres, and annual passes to the Universal Theme Parks!
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