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Opening the door to InfoSec - Alexis Womble BSidesSTL 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Opening the door to InfoSec
Alexis Womble

BSidesSTL 2019

This talk is about personal experiences over my year as an intern to an associate cyber security intelligence analyst. Going from a dev team, to a red team, and eventually blue team. Highlighting industry struggles as a female (first and only female of each of these teams) trying to get an entry level position and trying to close my own skill gap. Also highlighting personal struggles as well as technical struggles.

Alexis Womble is an Information Security Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst at BAE systems. Previously she worked at Express Scripts, where she interned for a year in an EOCC automation development role, Attack Simulation role, and eventually was full time in an Intelligence role. She is also a recent grad from Missouri Baptist University, where she can still be found backstage assisting in stage management even as an alumnus. Outside of this, she likes to break things, be up to date on all the infosec news and secrets, as well as practice social engineering with anyone who has fun with it.

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