Sip & Savor

Tuesday, June 18, 2024 | 3:30PM-6:30PM PT
Social Affair | 6000 Bollinger Canyon Rd, Suite 2502, San Ramon, CA 94583

Women Who Cyber brings together a diverse group of aspiring and thriving cybersecurity professionals for dynamic and interactive events where you can network with peers, establish meaningful mentoring relationships, share knowledge, and enjoy unique experiences. 

You’ll learn from and be inspired by our panel of influential women as they discuss and provide insights into how to better equip yourself to be self-assured, resilient, and inclusive everyday leaders.

Join us as our panel of influential women discusses:

  • Investing in yourself and developing a CEO mindset
  • Tackling and overcoming Imposter Syndrome
  • Inspiring inclusivity in the workplace
  • Strategies for the advancement of women in this field

Sip & Savor
After the discussion, we will taste wine like the sommelier experts do! We will explore with our wine sommelier who will guide us through the aromas and flavors of 5 different wines while pairing it with some unique flavorful dishes.

Register now to support women who are changing the face of cybersecurity!

I Support the Girls - Bring Your Extra Bras and Period Products!

Homeless women need bras and menstrual hygiene products. Help ‘support the girls’, by donating I Support the Girls Donation Boxnew or used bras/sports bras and sealed packages of maxi pads and tampons.

I Support the Girls (ISTG) collects and distributes essential items, including bras and menstrual hygiene products, allowing people experiencing homelessness, impoverishment, or distress to stand tall with dignity. People rarely donate bras and menstrual hygiene products. Can you look in your drawers for any used bras that you no longer wear? Any sealed packages of tampons and maxi pads would be amazing as well.

A donation box will be available on-site for your contributions.


  • 3:30PM
    Registration & Welcome
  • 3:45PM
    Panel Discussion
  • 4:45PM
    Networking & blind wine tasting 
  • 6:30PM


Julie Farrell
Erin Hathaway | Named Account Manager, Proofpoint, Inc.

Erin Hathaway has over eight years of experience in cybersecurity and currently serves as a Named Account Manager at Proofpoint. She was honored as Account Manager of the Year for her dedication to customer advocacy and expertise. Her previous experience in healthcare gives her a solid understanding of compliance regulations, which enhances her effectiveness in cybersecurity. Erin is passionate about mentoring women in and outside of cybersecurity, helping to empower future industry leaders. She is fluent in Chinese, Arabic, Spanish, and English. Outside of work, Erin enjoys art, wine, and reading, and she volunteers at local animal shelters, reflecting her commitment to community service..

Featured Panelist

Nitza Daniel
Deb Muro | Chief Information Officer | El Camino Health

Deb Muro is the Chief Information Officer for El Camino Health. She joined the hospital in 2014 and during her tenure led the installation and implementation of the hospital’s EPIC electronic health record system. With more than 25 years of combined nursing, clinical, healthcare and technology experience, Deb has held various healthcare IT management positions focused on the delivery of technology solutions and best practices. Prior to joining El Camino Health, she served in executive level positions for Unity Point Health and Allina Health System and led large enterprise-wide technology implementations involving multiple acute care hospitals, outpatient/ambulatory clinics and critical access rural hospitals. As CIO, her responsibilities include management and oversight of technology strategy and the Information Services Division. Deb received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Baylor University and a Master’s in Human Relations and Business from Amber University. In 2012, Deb was nominated as a Finalist for the Iowa Technology Association “Women of Innovation” Award.

Andrea Kittelson
Nitza Daniel | Vice President, Sales-Advanced Technology

Nitza Daniel is the Vice President of Sales-Advanced Technology at Proofpoint. Mrs. Daniel has thrived in the technology industry since 1993 and has held key individual contributor and leadership roles at notable companies such as EMC and Veritas/Symantec. In 2015, she joined Proofpoint and has since more than doubled the size of the PNW NAM team while maintaining a high level of employee retention, revenue growth and overall Proofpoint product adoption. Nitza speaks three languages and holds degrees in Industrial Engineering and a Computer Science. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, reading and eating dessert.

Shweta Shenoy
Shweta Shenoy | Product Security Manager, KLA

Shweta Shenoy is a Product Security Manager at KLA, working to drive security into KLA tools and development lifecycle while ensuring industry standards and best practices are baked into the process. During her six years at KLA, she has held various roles across the cybersecurity organization, such as Red Team (Ethical Hacking), Governance and Risk Management. Shweta holds a Bachelor's and Master's in Computer Science and is CISSP & CEH certified. She is passionate about the field of usable security, where her paper on the usability and security of passwords won the IEEE best paper award. She values intercultural and authentic leadership skills. Beyond this, she is an art enthusiast who enjoys traveling and practicing mindfulness.

Who Should Attend

While we are dedicated to bringing talented women together to celebrate and foster their passion and drive for cybersecurity, we welcome everyone - all genders, identities, and generations!

This event is suitable for information security decision makers, including: CXO, VP of IT, Director of IT; mid-level information security management (Senior Security Manager, IT Security Manager, IT Manager) and technical information security practitioners (Security Engineer, Messaging Architect, IT Analyst). This event is not open to channel or technology partners.

Government and public sector employees are reminded to ensure that their acceptance and participation are permitted by applicable rules and regulations.

NOTE: Registration requires a valid email address from your organization’s domain, so Gmail, Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo or any other ISP are not accepted. Yahoo or any other ISP are not accepted.