Early Bird Rate for National Conference, Regional Meetings 
and RSA Conference 2018 information below!
2018 January Newsletter
Special Early Bird Registration   is now open  for the  16th Annual  EWF National Conference! 

October 23-25, 2018 - Hyatt Regency - Scottsdale, Arizona

Register by  1/31/18 to save
$500 on your 2018 EWF National Conference pass!
It's never too early to save your seat! We had a record attendance last year and want to keep the momentum going! Special early bird rates are available for members and non-members. Save $500 on registration!

Special Early Bird Rate
 (through 1/31/18)

Early Bird Rate 
(through 8/31/18)

Standard Rate 
(after 8/31/2018)

Members: $1,895
Non-members: $2,095

Members: $2195
Non-members: $2395

Members: $2,395
Non-members: $2,595
EWF Regional Meetings!

Regional Meetings are focused community meetings hosted by our 
Corporate Benefactors that include an agenda of speakers, panelists and networking opportunities for both EWF members and non-members.
Regional Meeting Hosted by: JPMorgan Chase

When: Monday, January 22, 2018 
       3:00 - 8:00 pm ET

Where: J PMorgan Chase
         270 Park Avenue
         50th Floor
         New York, New York

View the agenda HERE. Register today, space is limited!
The Most Amazing Women at RSA® Conference 2018 are 
Gathering at the EWF Meet & Greet!

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Enjoy the company of your peers - some of the brightest minds at the event for a fun, relaxed, professional get together. Engage and connect with the most dynamic personalities; the women in Information Security who make it happen.

*You must be registered for the RSA® Conference in order to attend the Meet & Greet.
EWF Community Discount Available for RSA®Conference
Receive  $100 off  a full conference registration with code: 

Join us for a webinar on our new BrightTalk channel!

 Richard Thieme, Author and Professional Speaker

Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET

This webinar goes beyond those stories to explore in particular how what dominant cultures call "minorities" manage their unique challenges. Thieme has uncharacteristically lived as "a minority" in five different ways and the dynamics and resultant strategies he had learned port seamlessly to the experience of others. There's more to it than "playing through the pain" - there's real gold in discovering our capacities for the resilience, power, and self-transcendence intrinsic to the human condition.
NH-ISAC Call for Papers now open 
until January 20, 2018!