Women in Security Awards 2019: Special Recognition Award goes to Year 9 Student
September 17, 2019
September 16, 2019: 9th grade student Tamara Baker was awarded the CSO Special Recognition award at the 2019 CSO Inaugural Women in Security Awards in September.
This award recognizes innovation and excellence, inspiring the next generation in IT security.
- Tamara is 1 of 6 Ambassadors for Melbourne Knowledge Week (only one under 18).
- Has developed an innovative mobile app to help vision-impaired people cross roads safely.
- Encourages fellow students to consider learning coding through Code Like A Girl.
- Is passionate about pursuing a career in cyber security and one day would like to one day work for the ASD.
Watch Tamara's video interview: Women in Security Awards 2019: Special Recognition Award goes to Year 9 Student (www.cso.com.au)
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