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Community Techtips: Getting started in Cybersecurity
Interested in getting started in the IT and Cybersecurity industry? We have the episode for you!

Attend our special Sophos Community Techtips episode hosted by Stephanie Luangraj and Daniela Arroyo, Cybersecurity Engineers from the Sophos Managed Threat Detection and Response Team, as they’ll be sharing real-world career advice and tips based on their own personal experiences and helping to answer your questions live!

Jun 23, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Stephanie Luangraj (She/Her)
Cybersecurity Engineer, Managed Threat Detection & Response Team @Sophos
Stephanie is a Cybersecurity Engineer in the Managed Threat Detection and Response team and has been part of Sophos since 2019. She graduated from IUPUI (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) with a Bachelor’s in Computer & Information Technology with a concentration in Information Security and minor in Software Development. When she’s not helping customers be secure, Stephanie is founder of WomenWhoSecure, an organization and podcast channel dedicated to embracing all women in InfoSec to share advice, stories, and adversaries faced in the industry. Stephanie is also a huge advocate and volunteer for Trace Labs - an organization to help find missing people using OSINT. She values security and is eager to spread awareness to the younger community.
Daniela Arroya (She/Her)
Global Cybersecurity Engineer, Managed Threat Detection & Response Team @Sophos
Daniela is a Global Engineer part of the Managed Threat Detection & Response team and has been with Sophos since 2018. She has 12+ years of experience as an IT security consultant and has worked extensively with development and Commercial strategies in sales engineering in Central and South American countries. Daniela has studied in Computer Engineering from the Universidad del Valle de México and has courses in cloud computing, virtualization and network security.