Maez currently leads one of the Big Four’s extensive cybersecurity delivery centers in Manila, Philippines. She is the first female certified chief information security officer (CCISO) in the country and recently recognized by SecurityMatters magazine, PWCA and WISECRA as one of the Top Women in Security in the Philippines. She has also been well recognized as part of Women who inspire Honorary in her previous organization.

A member of EC Council’s International Advisory Board for CCISO — composed of prominent Industry leaders and top Threat Intelligence professionals from a diverse range of industries and globally-known brands, Maez is serving as…


Stefania Chaplin is EMEA’s Solution Architect at Secure Code Warrior. Her experience within Cybersecurity, DevSecOps and OSS governance means she’s helped countless organisations understand and implement security throughout their SDLC. As a python developer at heart, Stefania is always optimising and improving efficiency wherever she goes by scripting & automating processes and creating integrations.

Stefania is passionate about DevSecOps and cybersecurity, having spoken at many conferences including; RSA Conference, ADDO, JavaZone, JFokus, Mauritius Virtual Developers Conference, Women of Silicon Roundabout, Women in DevOps, DZone and on the Secure Code Warrior Brighttalk. …


Indrani Chandrasegaran is a Cyber Security Executive with Accenture Security based out of Singapore and leads the Applied Cyber Security Services Practice for Accenture in South East Asia. In her role as the Applied Cyber Security Services leader, she is responsible overall transformation strategy of Client enterprise cyber security programs through delivery of Innovative cybersecurity services to help them grow confidently and build business cyber resilience.

Indrani over 20 years’ experience in delivering cyber digital transformation programs, cyber governance advisory, technology advisory, cyber defense operations and managed security services in APAC, Middle East and Europe. …


My name is Gemma Moore, and I’m a penetration tester and red teamer. I’m a founding Director of Cyberis, and currently serving as an elected member of CREST’s Executive board. I’ve been in the cybersecurity industry for nearly twenty years, and in that time I’ve seen the threat landscape and technology shift incredibly quickly.

How did you get into the cybersecurity field?

Getting into cyber security was never part of the grand plan, but it worked out for me beautifully!

I was very much a science budd at school — I was far more interested in biology, chemistry, physics and maths than any of the humanities or languages…


My name is Fatma Fouad, Information Security Officer at Warba Bank, Kuwait since June 2020. I graduated from Kuwait University with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering in 2012. I’m a workaholic and love to share knowledge with the community. Also, I’m co-organizer of Women in Cyber Security Middle East WiCSME). I have been a WiCSME speaker and like conducting both technical and non-technical sessions. I’m a lifelong learner, constantly seeking knowledge.

How did you get into the cybersecurity field?

I was working as a system administrator in the public sector and I got involved in the PKI project which is part of the cybersecurity field and I…


I am a Site Reliability Engineer, SRE Technical Program Manager and Chaos Engineering Advocate. I love building software applications, reading blogs, writing articles, solving hard performance and resilience issues and teaching software concepts.

I have more than seven years of experience designing, implementing and managing software applications using agile methodologies. Also, I have more than two years of hands-on experience supporting, automating and optimizing mission-critical deployments. Also, I am a Professor of Software Engineering and Researcher.

How did you get into the tech field?

Since I can remember I wanted to be an engineer. I remember that I enjoyed assembling and disassembling stuff in my home. …


I am currently working as a Business Information Security Office (BISO) & Data Governance Lead APAC at State Street Bank in Singapore. My career has been defined by loads of enthusiasm, resilience & can-do-attitude.

I have 14+ years of experience in information security domains and worked with prestigious international banks. I hold various certifications and am currently researching cyber security challenges in the Operational Technology (OT) world.

In my spare time I love to keep active — dancing, cooking, astronomy, travelling, yoga, trekking. …


Granthana Raha is a passionate information security & cyber security professional, currently working with EY GDS. She has an experience of 9 years in the field of Information Security. Her overall experience ranges from ISMS (ISO 27000 series), PCI DSS, HIPAA, IT & IS Audits, Governance Compliance & Risk Management, Data Security & Privacy, Third Party Risk Management; and Security Awareness.

Granthana holds ISO 27001 LA, AWS Security Fundamentals (2nd Edition) and Trained Technology Champion in Data Privacy & Security. She had started her career with Network Intelligence India Pvt. Ltd. (NII), followed by BillDesk (payment gateway), Aditya Birla Finance…


Stacey believes that cybersecurity careers are a means to disrupt the inequity of wealth and power in society. As the Founder & CEO of Hacker in Heels, she attracts, advances, and advocates for women in cybersecurity through her membership community and programs. She is an active practitioner herself with specialized expertise in Insider Risk, and continues to lead in the field as the Information Security Program Manager for Compass, a modern real estate technology platform.

How did you get into the cybersecurity field?

I’ve always been interested in technology, as early as kindergarten. When I was a kid my grandfather was always buying a new computer at the…

Sonya Moisset

🛡️ Lead Security Engineer || 🌟 GitHub Star || 💻 Epic Women in Cyber/Tech Initiatives || 👩‍🎤 GirlCode Ambassador || 🥑 DevSecOps/Cloud Security Advocate

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