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I am a mathematician who discovered a passion for cyber security after graduation. I've been fortunate to have many exciting opportunities since then and have learned so much. I believe that my strength in this field is that I understand that no security will ever be good if people are not on board. So keeping risk and people in the forefront, I've been able to make changes where "nobody" believed this would be possible.

Patricia Egger

Information security officer
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English, French
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Location:
Lausanne, Switzerland
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

Introduction to enterprise data protection

Security / Privacy

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This class aimed to give students an overview of the challenges in enterprise data protection as well as the main components that can be used to manage these challenges.

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Mathematics in industry

Professional Development, General

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This talk was given at the European women in mathematics general meeting in 2018. It explored the fundamentals of what mathematicians are and how they can contribute to industry jobs, where many imagine only academic opportunities.

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Cyber dialogue: yesterday, today and tomorrow

Inspirational, Professional Development, Women in Tech, Security / Privacy

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This was a panel discussion on cyber security, what it looked like in the past, what it looks like today and what it may look like in the future.

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Cyber security as a career path for women

Security / Privacy, Women in Tech, Professional Development

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I was the key note speaker for this event which included a panel discussion with women CISOs. I illustrated a career in security with an analogy of a train.

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Seeing our careers as start-ups

Professional Development, Women in Tech, Inspirational

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This talk was given to university faculty. I was the only non-academic speaker. I presented my view on how I see careers as start-ups, identified key attributes that make Start-ups successful and then discussed how women may not be given the opportunities to obtain and leverage these attributes.

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