Appearing all three days
In 2012, Jennifer founded one of London’s leading tech conferences, the Innotech Network which specialised in a series of events around information security and the need for cyber skill. Her events brought together law enforcement and influential leaders from the Prime Ministers office, Department of Culture and Media, Metropolitan Police for the City of London, Ministry of Defence, and the National Crimes Agency. These events, as well as the community movement of hackers in a house, lead to one of the strongest ethical hacking campaigns in the UK for the endorsement of educating and teaching ethical hacking skills. Her work became most popular during her Tedx Talk in Liverpool “Why ethical hacking is important in a 21st century” which helped encourage policy in the UK around education and cyber skills advocacy in the classroom. Jennifer was also an integral part of various skills campaigns across the UK including speaking in classrooms across London surrounding the issues of cyber bullying, what to do in case of a security breach, and children’s safety online. Through her efforts in legislation, events, and security, Jennifer started Hacker House as a community of hackers in east London in 2014 and since then has launched a training portal to help bring more students into the industry of cyber security. In the last year she has trained students all over the UK and has expanded her work to the west coast of USA to help encourage companies to adopt the same strategy of endorsing cyber skills.
Learn more about Hacker House: https://hacker.house/about/