Rally for skill in cognitive disfunction | Jennifer Arcuri | TEDxUniversityofManchester

  • Published on Nov 11, 2016
  • Jennifer talks about the benefit of cyber skills.
    Jennifer is the founder of Hacker House - the world’s first cyber security space: gathering, training and educating young kids who have started to breach code. Her vision is to bring together law enforcement with cyber criminals , harness hackers' raw talent and bring them inside of the entrepreneur eco-system and create an environment where digitally adept young people can use their talents for commercial and social good. Hacker House™ is also set to launch a series of security products by the end of 2016 - including a set of cyber badges to be accredited for schools in educating kids in ethics around hacking ad cyber hygiene.
    She also the founder of InnoTech, renowned for being one of the UK’s leading technology business events, and Pinksheet Database - a network of the finest professional female voices combatting the old mantra of “no women in tech” and is also an advocate for women all around the world to develop technology skills.
    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx

Comments • 4

  • Clyde Bear
    Clyde Bear Month ago

    What utter twaddle.

  • damienlabenz
    damienlabenz 2 months ago +1

    Crazy delusional women. Just like Boris.

  • Ian Taylor
    Ian Taylor 3 months ago +2


  • Mrfairchap
    Mrfairchap 3 months ago

    Boris Johnson, the UK Prime Minister, shagged her!