Ashwin Krishnan: [00:01:39] You’re making me feel jealous right now. So, one thing that I wanted to spend a minute or two on — because this is something very near and dear to UberKnowledge’s heart — is the focus on women in cybersecurity as a focus area to bridge the cyber skills gap. We are very much focused on getting people like yourself and other accomplished women on the podcast. Can you talk briefly about what this means to you and why you started this?
Magda Chelly: [00:02:12] Definitely and absolutely, this is a topic that I consider very important, and I am passionate about driving it. Every time I get the opportunity to address it through TV or radio or a podcast, I do. And I try to make one very important point here: we need, together, to change the situation and that’s what actually the cyber-feminist movement is about. The situation that we are trying to change is the current lack — actually the small amount — of diversity in the cybersecurity space. In particular, that applies to women, where they number only 11 percent and over several years that percentage has not changed. So the story is, one day I just was searching for some keywords or something that would really describe the movement that I’m trying to build around that diversity factor, and I wrote on LinkedIn under the title CyberFeminist. From there it became a movement.
Ashwin Krishnan: [00:03:22] Wow. OK. I should remember that, cyberfeminist. It actually puts it in perspective, so thanks for sharing that.