Discussion Thursday, 09. July 2020

Who’s Responsible for Your Data Security? Women, Cybersecurity & Remote Work

"Women Take on the Digital Divide" – A Six-Part Public Event Series - Part 3

Creator: Nakeema Stefflbauer. All rights reserved.
Date, Time
Thu, 09. Jul 2020,
8:00 pm – 9:30 pm Save in my calendar
➽ Online Event

Self-driven cars, overhead drones and algorithms grab technology headlines, but in everyday life, our reliance on hardware, software and cloud-hosted data make for an increasingly vulnerable existence. “Techies”, politicians, and business leaders plan for digital security. Very often, women pay for lack of it. 

On July 9, the Gunda Werner Institute at Heinrich Böll Foundation, in partnership with FrauenLoop, presents the third (online) talk in the series “Women Take on the Digital Divide”.  Join us for an in-depth look at how remote work, private cloud-hosting platforms and lax digital privacy regulations conspire to limit our online freedom—and what women, in particular, can do to fix this.

Carma Lüdtke (CEO of Lacewing Tech, she is a German Cybersecurity expert and previously worked for the German Federal Information Technology Center in Berlin)
Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer (FrauenLoop)
Francesca Schmidt  (Gunda Werner Institute)



Please register via the button above, you will receive the access link to the Hopin.to meeting room hosted by FrauenLoop after registration. 

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After registering for an event, our privacy policy applies. The Heinrich Böll Foundation is not liable for the Hopin software. The Hopin privacy policy is available here.