Across the Cyber Security, Info. Security, and DFIR industries, women are enhancing the ranks of investigative digital sciences to solve problems, investigate crimes, and protect networks. Many organizations have been formed to recognize women who are entering the market, completing higher education in Digital Forensics, and leading in innovation, speaking engagements, and research projects. This page is dedicated to those women. If you haven’t posted to your blog or are generally inactive in the community in more than a year, you’ll likely be removed from this page. If you would like to be re-added, please submit again and I’ll re-add you.
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|wdt_ID||Name||Social||Blog/Website||GitHub||Well Known For...|
|1||Lodrina Cherne||@hexplates||SANS FOR500 Instructor|
|7||Amber Schroader||@gingerwondermom||Founder and CEO of Paraben Corporation|
|10||Domenica Crognal||@domenicacrognal||SANS FOR585 Co-Author and Instructor|
|11||Mari Degrazia||@maridegrazia||Another Forensics Blog||mdegrazia||SANS FOR500 Instructor|
|12||Heather Mahalik||@HeatherMahalik||Smarter Forensics||hmahalik||SANS FOR585 Co-Author and Instructor, SANS FOR500 Instructor, Director of Digital Intelligence, Cellebrite|
|13||Mary Ellen||@icanhaspii||Mennonite in Manhattan|