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Episode Info: Cybersecurity needs more professionals working in the field, and guest Nicole Bushong from Houston shares why. She explains critical issues today in digital crime, cyberwarfare, hacking, public safety, and diversity of the tech workforce. She also explains key aspects of her own path toward this field, including navigating being a woman in the still male-majority field of cybersecurity, her work in a women’s tech organization at The University of Houston, and getting educated while having dyslexia. Related to this episode: • Engie North America: • Women in Cybersecurity, University of Houston (WICSUH): • HouSecCon, Houston Security Conference: • “We’ve Entered a New Age of Cyberwar”: • Schlumberger: • Video on being a cyber threat intelligence analyst at Chevron: • Trailer for Zero Days documentary on Stuxnet: • APTs, advanced persistent threats: • DNC hacks 2016 elections: • “Russia’s Elete Hackers Ma Have New Phishing Tricks”: • Simulated phishing: • RSA Archer, 3rd party vendor management: • Hack The Box, penetration testing challenge: • “Women Represent 20 Percent of the Global Cybersecurity Workforce in 2019”: • Dyslexia: • “Looking at Irlen syndrome through a different lens”: Subscribe and find more podcast information at: Support Pios Labs with regular donations on Patreon:, or send one-time contributions by buying us coffee: Thanks to our donors and listeners for making the show possible. The K12 Engineering Education Podcast is a production of Pios Labs:
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