Invitation: "Women* in IT Security - ITS better toGATHER" meets Telekom Security on May 8, 2023

CASA cordially invites you to the ITS Lunch-Event with Anja Zalewski and Christine Rößler.

Anja Zalewski and Christine Rößler.

Anja Zalewski and Christine Rößler, Telekom Security. Copyright: Deutsche Telekom

For the next edition of our Women* in IT Security - ITS better toGATHER event series, CASA invites you to a lunch event in May. ITS better toGATHER meets Telekom Security with special guests: Anja Zalewski and Christine Rößler.

Anja Zalewski and Christine Rößler are senior security experts and corporate lawyers in job-sharing at Telekom Security GmbH. Their expertise lies in security related legislation, such as Digital Services Act, Artificial Intelligence Act and CSAM (Chat control). For their work they combine legal knowledge with technical competence to accompany legal dossiers on national and EU level and to putting the requirements int practice. In 2019 they have founded the Telekom Security initiative #1SECURITY4WOMEN to inspire more women to join IT & Security.

Anja Zalewski and Christine Rößler will represent Telekom Security – not only as an employer and a place for great IT security solutions, but also as a company that aims at supporting and empowering women* in IT security!

Join us to learn more about work at Telekom, their very own female initiative and Anja's and Christine's career paths as women in IT security.

We will also have time for nice chats and further networking over a lunch snack and drinks!

Main info at a glance:

  • When: Monday, 8 May 2023, 11:30am – 2:00pm (arrival from 11:30, we will officially start at 11:45)
  • Where: RUB-Campus, MC Building, Room 0.65 (inside the HGI offices)
  • Who: all interested women* related to ITS!
  • How to join? Please register via mail to Marieke Dohrmann to let us know you are coming. Since there is limited space, registration is mandatory this time.

General note: In case of using gender-assigning attributes we include all those who consider themselves in this gender regardless of their own biological sex.