On the 7th of August, Stemettes spoke to Leila Powell- a STEMazing role model working in Cyber Security. Here, she talks us through how large businesses manage their security and what they can do to prevent attacks.
On the 6th of August, Stemettes spoke to the STEMazing Holly Walker, a perimeter security engineer at Schroeder’s. She discussed with us the various ways in which organisations will protect their data online and how they detect attacks in real time in order to prevent damage.
On the 14th of August, Stemettes spoke to Serena Chana, a STEMazing product manager at Wonderbly- a business producing personalised children’s books. She spoke about what it means to be a product manager and why product managers are important.
On the 20th of August, Stemettes spoke to Lily Choi from WeWork. She explains to us what it means for her to be a mathematician, the different avenues a mathematician can take, and her top tips for becoming a mathematician.
Regina Bissai-Nzenza joined Stemettes to discuss her newfound love for HTML and explains to us the most common functions and attributes.
Dr Jen Gupta is an astrophysicist (someone who uses physics to understand space) at The Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation at the University of Portsmouth who spoke to Stemettes on the 24th of August to discuss astronomy, light, and accessibility within the field.
When dealing with cyber security, it is important to understand what vulnerabilities there are, the different types, and how they can be prevented. Sunaina Aytan- a cyber security analyst at e-secure, tells us how
GCHQ stands for Government Communications Headquarters, and we are one of the UK’s intelligence agencies. That means a lot of our work is TOP SECRET, so we can’t go into too much detail here!
This was a question from an Outbox 2020 study session, and it’s a hard one to answer. It
requires inside knowledge, so here’s the scoop on this exciting career