TROY, NY – Local cybersecurity firm GreyCastle Security recently announced its new partnership with Blacks In Cybersecurity (BIC).
Founded in 2018, Blacks In Cybersecurity is a conference series and global networking / development group for the black cybersecurity community.
Blacks In Cybersecurity seeks to promote advancement, knowledge, education, and culture in cybersecurity and the STEM community at large.
“With this partnership, we will work to create cybersecurity opportunities for the black community through education, professional development, internships and careers within GreyCastle Security,” said Francesca LoPorto-Brandow, director of culture at GreyCastle Security, in a press release. “We believe wholeheartedly in BIC’s mission and we are honored to be part of it to move forward.
“We will be hosting a series of conferences, allowing our employees to share their expertise on various topics and their stories to add various perspectives on how to have a career in cybersecurity. Our partnership with BIC will help us foster a more inclusive world both within our company and within industry. Thanks to Evin Hill, Security Specialist at GreyCastle Security, for introducing BIC.
GreyCastle Security’s lecture series with Blacks In Cybersecurity will begin in 2022.
“We are delighted to partner with GreyCastle Security,” added Alexandria Barnett, director of public relations at Blacks In Cybersecurity, in the statement. “Our partnership will further encourage black community participation in cybersecurity and we look forward to seeing what we can accomplish together. “
Based in Rensselaer County, GreyCastle Security is a leading cybersecurity service provider dedicated exclusively to cybersecurity and the practical management of cybersecurity risks.
More information about GreyCastle Security is available online at greycastlesecurity.com.
Additional details about Blacks In Cybersecurity are available online at www.blacksincyberconf.com.