Lisa Jiggetts is the Founder and President of the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu
(WSC), one of the fastest growing nonprofits dedicated to women in
cybersecurity. WSC provides women with the resources and support required to
enter and advance as a cybersecurity professional. Her organization uses a
holistic approach to develop programs that train women in both the hard
technical skills and soft skills, leaving them feeling empowered to succeed.
She is most proud to be known as a straight-up but down-to-earth motivator with
the women whom she mentors.
Lisa and her organization have been profiled in Fortune Magazine, SC Magazine,
and Pentest Magazine among others. She is a sought after presenter and has
been a guest speaker for numerous conferences and recorded podcasts. Lisa, a
service-disabled veteran, began her cyber career in the military where she
excelled as an IT security specialist. With 20+ years of Information
Technology experience, 19 of which are in cybersecurity, her experience spans
risk assessments, penetration testing, vulnerability assessments and policy
development across military, government and commercial industries. She holds a
variety of technical and management certifications as well as a Bachelor’s
degree in Information Technology from the University of Maryland University
College and an MBA. Not just a full time geek with a passion for making a
difference, Lisa is also an accomplished artist.