Location: tbcEvent Starting: 07/03/2024 12:00 pmEvent Ending: 21/03/2024 2:00 pm

International Women's Day: Women in Cyber Lunch

Join us for an early celebration of International Women's Day

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This International Women’s Day, join us for a roundtable discussion and Q&A session with woman in cyber in Jersey.

The theme for International Women’s Day 2024 is Invest in women: Accelerate progress.

We’ll be joined by:

  • Betsy Amy-Vogt, Security Analyst at JT Global
  • Chihiro Sasaki, Deputy Chief Operations Officer at Nihon Cyber Defence
  • Heather-Anne Hubbell, Chief Executive Officer at Phundex Limited

Together, they’ll discuss their individual career paths to date, the practical and financial meaning of investing in women in cyber, and what steps we can take to advocate for more investment.

This event is free of charge and is open to all women who work in cyber, as well as the people who support them. Women working in the tech field more broadly are also more than welcome to join: we encourage you to bring along a friend and join the conversation.

Tickets are available via our Eventbrite page.


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Betsy Amy-Vogt

Security Analyst at JT Global

Betsy was born in Jersey and left the Island in her twenties to study in the US. Returning to the Island three decades later, she took the decision to retrain for a career in cyber.

In 2022, she gained her SANS GFACT and GSEC certifications, and joined JT as a Network Operations Analyst. She currently works as a Security Analyst with JT and is studying for her CIA Security+ certification.

Outside of work, Betsy is a mum to an 18-year old and volunteers for Jersey Youth Performing Arts and the Jersey Arts Centre.


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Chihiro Sasaki

Deputy Chief Operations Officer at Nihon Cyber Defence

After graduating from the National Defense Academy, Chihiro worked in the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) as a Communications Officer from 2004 to 2022.

In this role, she managed the defense cooperation with other countries’ militaries in the field of cyber security at the Joint Staff Office, the Commander of the Computer Systems Evaluation Squadron: this is the only SQ responsible for cybersecurity in the JASDF, and holds responsibility for Cybersecurity Capacity Building Projects at the Japan Ministry of Defense.

From 2022, she worked as an executive officer and a trainer at the same time as developing new cybersecurity training at the CYBERGYM Japan. She is currently Deputy COO at the Nihon Cyber Defence.


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Heather-Anne Hubbell

Chief Executive Officer at Phundex Limited

Heather-Anne is a risk and regulatory leader with a 30-year career in finance. She has driven digital transformation and governance for global financial services businesses, working with senior leadership teams. She is the founder of a Jersey-based Phundex Limited, a fintech and advises on regulation, risk and governance.
She is a strong advocate for investing in women in the digital and cyber world and for creating more opportunities for female talent in the industry.