Hackers are all about curiosity, and security is just a feeling | Chris Nickerson | TEDxFultonStreet
Why Ethical Hacking is so important in a 21st century economy | Jennifer Arcuri | TEDxLiverpool
- Published on Aug 12, 2016
- The next big thing in cyber security won’t come from another infosec corporate- It will be the 15 year old in his basement, off to showcase what he/she can do with a bit of coding knowledge and scripting tools. Lets stop making excuses for cyber skills and channel that energy into a place that drives innovation. Champion integrity of ethical hacking- and we can turn an entire army of disgruntled youth into the nations next best secret weapons. For more information please visit www.myhackerhouse.com
Where do talented 16 year old digitally adept teenagers hacking world class cyber security systems from their bedrooms get a job? Jennifer is co founder of www.MyHackerHouse.com and champions cyber skills by creating environments in which young people can use their talents for commercial and social good.
Jennifer is an advisor to Hackers and Founders in Silicon Valley, and Founders for Schools across the UK. In June 2015, Jennifer also launched the Cyber Security group, Cyber TLA, as part of
Tech London Advocates Group, and is now a certified ethical hacker herself.
Jennifer͛'s entrepreneurial career began in California in digital distribution, technology, and film production. She sold a video streaming platform in 2009 as well as produced ͞La Valise͟, a short
film sold at the Cannes Film Festival
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx