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Soledad Antelada Toledano

Computer Systems Engineer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States Department of Energy

San Francisco

Computer systems engineer in the Cyber Security Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United States Department of Energy and Founder of GirlsCanHack, an organization dedicated to engaging women in the field of cybersecurity and encouraging them to pursue this career.

She studied computer science in Spain where she was a software developer for 8+ years before she began working with the Cybersecurity group at the Berkeley Lab.

Her area of expertise is penetration testing using enterprise tools, and also building her own tools using programming languages like python, threat awareness, proactive network traffic analysis, incident response, forensic analysis and resolution of security incidents, analysis of a wide range of data logs to detect security incidents and promote a strong security culture through technical security consulting.

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