AUSA Webinar Highlights Army Women in Tech

AUSA Webinar Highlights Army Women in Tech

Tech Soldier
Photo by: U.S. Army/Sgt. Jacob Cherena

The role of Army women in the realm of technology and cybersecurity will be the focus of an upcoming webinar hosted by the Association of the U.S. Army.

The event, “Army Women in Tech,” is part of The AUSA Noon Report series. It will begin at noon Eastern on July 22. The webinar is free, but registration is required here.

During the event, attendees will hear from Maj. Gen. Maria Barrett, commanding general of the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, and Nancy Kreidler, director of cybersecurity and information assurance for the deputy Army chief of staff for command, control, communications, cyber operations and networks, or G-6.

Before leading the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, Barrett was commander of the 160th Signal Brigade. She also has commanded at the company, battalion and brigade levels.

As the cybersecurity and information assurance director, Kreidler is the principal adviser to the G-6 and other senior Army leaders on the integration of all aspects of information technology and cybersecurity strategy. She also is responsible for assisting in the development of strategy, policy and guidance for the Army’s ongoing cybersecurity and information assurance efforts.