WHAT WE DO FOR THE COMMUNITY
NETWORKING & EVENTS
Strong Communities are built off friendships. BlackGirlsHack has Virtual and Onsite events to provide networking opportunities to our members. Building Strong Foundations in the community is part of our mission.
Online Webinars/Talks/Streaming Events/Zoom on a monthly basis.
Moderated/Community Based Teams and Discord community for daily support and discussions.
We are a training-focused nonprofit organizations that was created to help increase diversity in cybersecurity by helping to bridge the gap between what is taught in educational institutions and what is necessary for careers in cybersecurity. We are one of the leading organizations in this space and set the standards for increasing diversity in technology and cybersecurity.
The mission of BlackGirlsHack Foundation is to increase representation and empower Black girls and women in the field of information security and cyber security through skills training, mentoring, resume review, and access to low-cost resources in an inclusive environment.
BlackGirlsHack is open to all!
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Paid Members within teams get access to Project BRAIN where you get early access to scholarships, opportunities and other premium perks.
GirlHackVillage Presents SquadCon highlights diverse contributions and experiences in cybersecurity. Addressing underrepresentation in the field, our conference provides an opportunity for attendees to learn about cybersecurity and hacking in a supportive and inclusive environment.
Our goal is to “Con Differently.” With a focus on inclusivity, we promote diversity and inclusion within the cybersecurity community. SquadCon encourages speakers and panelists from diverse backgrounds and underrepresented groups to share their perspectives and experiences. And lastly, equally, we value and welcome the input of those entering the field as much as those who’ve been there for years.
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So on January 23rd the National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST, launched an AI Risk Management Framework. So you’ve probably heard about the Risk Management framework 800-53 but this is a specific framework for AI. SO here are the key takeaways.
Recent blog posts
SquadCon is an independent conference event in Las Vegas during Hacker Summer Camp scheduled for August 6-8th. It is run by the makers of Girls Hack Village and exists to help foster diversity and inclusion in cybersecurity.
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