Black Girls in Cyber | Cybersecurity Careers: How to Get Started

Black Girls in Cyber (BGiC) hosted its 2nd BlackGirlsInCyber series ‘Cybersecurity Careers; How to get started’ June 17th with a panel of black women, BGiC partners and allies, including the Global Cyber Alliance. The webinar addresses different paths into cybersecurity, how to find a job, skills you should develop, certifications and training, and what is most important for a successful career.

The webinar features BGiC founder Talya C. Parker, Accenture’s Akilah Tunsill, Black Girls Hack founder Tennisha Martin, the IRS’ Deidra Artis Phyall, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Alicia Grasfeder, CISA’s Alaina Clark, BGiC’s Sherree Rhoden and Carla Johnson, and GCA’s Phil Reitinger.


Black Girls in Cyber is a non-profit organization with a mission to increase industry awareness and diversity for black women who are transitioning into entry-level Cybersecurity, STEM, and Privacy careers.