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Mon, May 20


Overland Park

May WiSKC Meeting with KCWiT & KC AI Club!

Join us for an exciting meeting with KC Women in Tech & KC AI Club on GenAI: The Good, the Misunderstood, the Cyberdangers, and Solutions... An Overview! Thanks for May's sponsor Optiv! This month, registration is handled through Eventbrite with promo code "diversity". See below for more info!

May WiSKC Meeting with KCWiT & KC AI Club!
May WiSKC Meeting with KCWiT & KC AI Club!

Time & Location

May 20, 2024, 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Overland Park, 7260 W 135th St, Overland Park, KS 66223, USA

About the event

In celebration in Women in Tech Month we are teaming up with Kansas City Women in Technology and Kansas City AI Club to bring you this event!

Join us for networking and a presentation from "Tracey, the Safety Lady" Hawkins.

May's sponsor is Optiv!

Eventbrite Registration Process with a Promo Code "diversity"

Please use the "RSVP" button below to register! If the Eventbrite registration page is showing a cost after clicking the "RSVP" link below, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Eventbrite page:
  2. Click "Get tickets"
  3. In the "Promo Code" box, enter diversity
  4. Click "Apply"
  5. Click "Check out"
  6. Complete the info requested by Eventbrite to finish the registration process

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the limited tickets for this event, please let us know if you won't be able to attend after RSVP'ing as soon as possible. If Eventbrite says sold out and you are interested in attending, please let us know by emailing

"GenAI: The Good, the Misunderstood, the Cyberdangers, and Solutions... An Overview!"

In this compelling session, Tracy will guide you through the landscape of Generative AI tools (ChatGPT, Gemini, CoPilot, and others), highlighting the potential benefits and risks they pose when misused by cybercriminals. Learn about the egregious tactics employed by cybercriminals and how to protect yourself and your organization against AI-powered scams, fraud, phishing, and deepfakes.

"Tracey, the Safety Lady" Hawkins

Safety and Security Source

As an award-winning international safety and security expert since 1995 and host of an award-winning and highly-rated safety podcast, Tracey specializes in end-user AI cybersecurity including business-building safety and security practices. An author of AI cybersecurity ebooks, journals, and checklists she delivers dynamic keynotes, interactive in-person and virtual training, writes articles, and creates videos and programs on AI cybersecurity, safety, governance, compliance, and ethics.

She's also created an AI cybersecurity certification for businesses of all sizes designed to reduce risk, liability, cyberbreaches, hacks, social engineering, and cyber data theft. Participants learn how to use the tools safely and how cybercriminals use them to scam and defraud, including phishing and deepfakes, and how to protect against them.

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