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Science of Security: Virtual Networking with the Women Tech Leaders at Trail of

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As we spend more time online than ever before, security becomes even more important and since 2012, Trail of Bits has helped secure some of the world’s most targeted organizations and products.

PowerToFly is proud to be partnering with Trail of Bits to present a virtual networking event on Thursday, May 7th where you will be able to hear from the women tech leaders and allies who make this all possible. We’ll be dedicating a large portion of the event to an interactive audience Q&A and we’d love for YOU to be part of the conversation!

Join our virtual gather on Thursday, May 7th from 6:00 PM ET to 7:00 PM ET. We will provide a Zoom link closer to the event date.

Agenda (Subject to Change)

  • 6:00 PM ET - Kickoff with PowerToFly
  • 6:05 PM ET - Welcome Address by Dan Guido, Co-Founder & CEO of Trail of Bits
  • 6:15 PM ET - Tech Talk
  • 6:25 PM ET - Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A
    • Johanna Ratliff, Senior Security Engineer
    • Skylar Rampersaud, Principal Security Engineer
    • Claudia Richoux, Cryptography Engineer
  • 7:00 PM ET - Event concludes

Trail of Bits combines high-end security research with a real-world attacker mentality to reduce risk and fortify code. They take on difficult security challenges by designing and building new technology, researching new techniques, and reviewing the security of new tech products. Clients like Facebook and DARPA come to Trail of Bits for their deep expertise in reverse engineering, cryptography, virtualization, malware, and software exploits.

Trail of Bits is hiring! Even before current events, 50% of Trail of Bits’ workforce worked remotely and many employees chose to work from home. In fact, PowerToFly included Trail of Bits in our “Best Work-From Home Companies of 2020”. Additional benefits include 3-4 months paid parental leave, a 401K with 5% company matching, charitable donation matching up to $1,000, and four weeks of PTO.

About PowerToFly: PowerToFly is a women-run startup that works with companies to identify skilled professionals they’d like to network with. Over the past two years, we’ve produced over one hundred events across the world with brands like American Express, Microsoft, Deloitte, and Slack, which have resulted in countless hires. Visit http://powertofly.com to learn more.

About PowerToFly’s Events: All RSVP’d attendees are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age. If you require assistance to fully participate in this event, please email hi@powertofly.com, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.

Unfortunately, PowerToFly and Microsoft cannot admit outside recruiters to this particular event. Please email hi@powertofly.com if you have any questions about this policy.

Meet The Speakers

Johanna Ratliff
Johanna Ratliff
Skylar Rampersaud
Skylar Rampersaud
Claudia Richoux
Claudia Richoux
Dan Guido
Dan Guido

Dan Guido is the CEO of Trail of Bits, a cybersecurity firm he founded in 2012 to address software security challenges with cutting-edge research. In his tenure leading Trail of Bits, Dan has grown the team to 60 engineers, led the team to compete in the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge, built an industry-leading blockchain security practice, and refined open-source tools for the endpoint security market. In addition to his work at Trail of Bits, Dan serves as a director at hack/secure, an investment syndicate focused on seed stage cybersecurity firms. He’s active on the boards of four early stage technology companies. Dan contributes to cybersecurity policy papers from RAND, CNAS, and Harvard. He runs Empire Hacking, a 1,500-member meetup group focused on NYC-area cybersecurity professionals. His latest hobby coding project -- AlgoVPN -- is the Internet's most recommended self-hosted VPN. In prior roles, Dan taught a capstone course on software exploitation at NYU as a faculty member and the Hacker in Residence, consulted at iSEC Partners (now NCC Group), and worked as an incident responder for the Federal Reserve System.