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Oct 21

Cyber Security Panel | #STEMSocial

October 21 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm BST

Join BeScience STEM on Wednesday 21st October 2020, from 4pm to 5pm, to hear from a panel of Cyber Security professionals.

Have you considered Cyber Security as a career path?

With the aim to expose more STEM opportunities to you, we have a major line-up of individuals in the Cyber Security sector, who will give you an insight into what the industry intel’s.

This free event is open to any young person who is interested in learning about different and exciting careers within Cyber Security. Careers in this sector are available and suitable for anyone, whether you are currently studying at school or at home, in between education stages or you are a school leaver.

Discussions points include:

  • Career pathways
  • Day-to-Day Responsibilities
  • Future of the sector


4.00 – 4.10 Introduction from Host | Meet the panelist

4.10 – 4.40 Panel Discussion | About Cyber Security

4.40 – 4.55 Open Q&A | Audience asks panelist questions

4.55 – 5.00 Announcements and Closing

Meet the Host and Panelist

Host : Jessica Okoro – Founder, STEM Social

Diana Moldovan – UK Cyber Security Lead, Aviva

Chani Simms – Founder, SHe CISO Exec.

Princess David Okoro – Cyber Security Advisory, AON

What previous attendees have said….

‘I really enjoy BeScience STEM events, the first STEM Social I attended was in Leicester. I was encouraged to met the CEO of O2 and get career advice directly from him.’

About BeScience STEM

BeScience STEM is a social enterprise, founded by Jessica Okoro, with a global mission to expose 1 million young people to the STEM industry by 2023. Through out high energy events, training and online webinars, BeScience STEM gives young people the resources and platform to begin exploring varied pathways. There are many ways to join our movement, whether you are a young person, an individual in the STEM sector or a corporate organisation.

Our Why

The STEM education movement has been around for decades, yet the needle has been slow to move, especially for students from underrepresented communities. We understand the challenge: prepare students to thrive in the current and future workforce, one that demands adaptability and expertise, and where STEM skills are prioritised. During a time of distance learning, we want to ensure young people are still given the opportunity to explore different sectors.


October 21
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm BST


BeScience STEM


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