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Introducing… Our speakers for Girl Geek Dinner 20

23 May 2016

So, this Wednesday at the Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam, next to having great sponsors in Hack in the Box and Facebook, we’re lucky to have two great speakers: Facebook’s Roxana Danila and Deloitte’s Esther van Luit!

Roxana Danila

profile-pictureFirst up on the night is Roxana Danila. She’s a software engineer and will tell us about how Facebook fights spam at the dinner.

Roxana graduated from Imperial College London with an MEng in Computing in 2014. She’s been working as a Software Engineer at Facebook in London and Menlo Park CA, on both the Site Integrity (anti-spam) team and Growth. Currently, her interests are primarily around systems security, data privacy and neuroscience.

Esther van Luit


Esther van Luit

Next is Esther van Luit. She’s a cyber security management consultant and will tell us about how to do risk assesments at the dinner this Wednesday. She’ll give us some insight into a case involving Google and DigiNotar.

Esther is an enthusiastic speaker, avid writer and management consultant in the Cybersecurity field. She is employed as a senior security consultant at Deloitte Netherlands, where she covers a range of security subject matters in her assignments, including security policy, risk assessments, maturity assessments, security strategy, cryptography and identity & access management. She specializes in developments in the cybersecurity field, including her research in the Cybersecurity Skills Gap and Cyber Value-at-Risk, social perceptions of Cyber and Security Awareness. Next to her work and research, she participates in a parttime Executive Master in Cybersecurity at CSA. She is also committed to drawing more women into the cybersecurity field, and actively involved with the (social) media branding and marketing of Deloitte Cyber Risk Services.

We’re excited to have them speak at our Dinner. You can still reserve a spot on the wait list, so… please do.

Esther - post author

Esther is software product manager who likes the human factor in IT. If she's not busy doing that, she likes to drive her motorcycle, play sax, ride her racebike, and get in touch with speakers for Girl Geek Dinner.