Mentorship can be the game changer

Do you want to be the game changer in someone's career. Or are you in a place, where you need access to experience and advice, which can otherwise be hard to find. Find out what it takes to be a mentor, and what can you expect as a mentee in this webinar.

IDA opens its doors to Women4Cyber to learn more about unique value, personal development and career growth, that a mentorship can bring to both a mentor and mentee in the fast growing field of cybersecurity. If you are en experienced IT-, Cyber- & Information security professional or person just considering a career change into the cyberworld, then this webinar is for you. One way to boost your career is through mentoring.

Mentoring takes place every day in every workplace. The informal mentoring is valuable in every organisation, but have you considered the value in bringing in and be provided with other perspectives? In this webinar you will:

  • Experience a mentorship programme, where young people of all genders can use the vast experience of mentors with a desire to have more diversity in the workplace.
  • Learn how mentorship creates a more gender inclusive cyber security profession where diversity becomes a natural part of the hiring process.
  • Get inspiration to become a mentor and use your professional- and life-experience to inspire a younger cyberprofessional and become a game changer in their career.

Join us for this webinar, where we meet 2 board members from Women4Cyber to learn about what makes Women4Cyber mentorship program so unique and effective. You will also meet a mentor and a mentee. They will give you their perspective on it means to be a mentor and what mentee hope to gain from being part of the mentorship programme. 


Bianca Buznean, President in Women4Cyber Denmark

Bianca Buznean is the initiator and founder of Women4Cyber Denmark and has extensive experience within the cyber security realm from the financial sector, with a focus of risk management and threat analysis. Bianca is furthermore the primary driver behind establishing Women4Cyber Denmark, and is now heading the associations’ Danish chapter. Bianca is currently Head of Cyber Security Risk Management at Volvo.

Dea Sølbæk Lillelund, Vice President in Women4Cyber Denmark

Dea Sølbæk Lillelund Dea has been working with the ISO2700x frameworks for more than a decade, both in positions as manager and as consultant. Dea is currently working in Implement Consulting Group and is also speaker at the Cyber Community Collider and Secure Tech conferences. Dea is Vice President in Women4Cyber Denmark and is among the founding members of the association.

Harshita Gadham, mentee in the Women4Cyber Denmark mentorship programme

Harshita Gadham is a bachelor in Electronics and Communication Engineering in India. While I initially worked as a Programmer Analyst at Cognizant. Harshita has actively sought to learn through online resources, but has chosen to sign up as a mentee because to learn from a mentor’s expertise and experience to help her progress faster in her career.

Henrik Thiesen, mentor in the Women4Cyber Denmark mentorship programme

Henrik Thiesen has through his senior management experience, a proven track record in enabling organisations to be successful. Having working across several domains, Henrik has found his home within cyber security. Henrik puts great emphasis on being authentic and to maintain his integrity. These and other values is some of things he brings to the table as a mentor in the Women4Cyber Denmark mentorship programme.


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  • When

    28. nov. 2023 10:00 - 11:00
  • Where

    Webinar foran din egen pc, tablet, smartphone

  • Registration Deadline

    27. nov. 2023 - 23:59

  • Organizer

    IDA DataCompliance

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