2023 Awards & Series Launch Party
International Spy Museum - Washington, DC
An evening under the stars.
To kick off our exciting new annual Women in Cybersecurity content series this year, N2K is hosting an exclusive, invitation-only executive launch party on the rooftop patio of International Spy Museum in downtown Washington, D.C.. Enjoy an evening of cocktails and fine hors d'oeuvres under the stars while networking with key women leaders, allies, N2K Cyber network personalities, and executives in cybersecurity.
Hosted by N2K President, Simone Petrella, and Dave Bittner, host of the CyberWire Daily podcast, this special evening is an opportunity to create new executive connections and strengthen industry relationships. Guests are also invited to join us for a private tour of the museum's world-class collection related to intelligence and the world of espionage. A highlight of this intimate evening will be the announcement of N2K’s first ever awards celebrating the achievements of some of our nation’s shining stars of cybersecurity leadership.
Virtual panel discussion featuring industry insights.
Building on the success of last year's panel, we're excited to host an engaging virtual panel discussion featuring insights, experiences, and strategies for advancing more women into leadership roles within the field. This discussion is a must-attend event for professionals, leaders, and aspiring cyber experts who are committed to promoting diversity and empowering women to excel in cybersecurity leadership.
“This was absolutely an amazing event!
I met and networked with so many trailblazers and I’m so grateful. Thank you so much for hosting such a great reception. It was also my first time attending and I’m hoping it won’t be the last!”
“What a great experience to be in a room filled with such intelligent, successful women in cybersecurity!
Thank you to The CyberWire for hosting such a great event to celebrate women in this career field ”
“In all my years working, I have never been around so many professional women – let alone women in technology/cybersecurity.
I am so grateful to have been there and if there is anything I can do to help foster that community, please let me know!"