#10 - Elissa Shevinsky on SecretCon, privacy in Information Security and gender issues in technology


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Episode #10 of the Standard Deviant Security Podcast takes a look at SecretCon, the topic of privacy in information security and gender issues in the technology field. SecretCon is a one-day conference in New York City focusing on privacy topics and enterprise security. The conference will be held on Friday, October 9th -- information and tickets are available at secretcon.com. The line-up looks great this year with some really engaging and provocative speakers, including Andrew Case, Melanie Ensign, Dan Ford, Riley Drake and many others. If you are in the NYC area, this is not an event you will want to miss.
This episode's guest is Elissa Shevinsky. Elissa is here to give us a preview of SecretCon and also to discuss privacy, information security and many other topics. Elissa Shevinsky is CEO of JeKuDo Privacy Company and co-organizer of SecretCon. At JeKuDo, she is leading a team building secure tools for enterprise collaboration. The company is backed by the security investors at Mach37 in Virginia. Shevinsky is also the editor of "Lean Out," an anthology about gender equalityin startup and gaming culture.
Tickets and the full speaker line-up for SecretCon can be found here: http://www.secretcon.com/
Visit JeKuDo.com to learn more about Elissa's company.
Be sure to check out "Lean Out: The Struggle for Gender Equality in Technology and Start-up Culture," available now at OR Books and on Amazon.
Follow Elissa on Twitter @elissabeth
Follow the Standard Deviant Security Podcast on Twitter @standeviant and visit the website at www.thestandarddeviant.com.

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