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Becky Bace - (Bace, Rebecca)

Page history last edited by Jack Daniel 10 months ago

"The Den Mother of IDS" (but she grew tired of that nickname, preferring Cranky Broad, although she would accept InfoMom)

 

Oral History at the Babbage Institute: http://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/144022

Retired Babbage Institute wiki page via Archive.org: https://web.archive.org/web/20160206022709/https://wiki.umn.edu/CBI_ComputerSecurity/PeopleBaceRebecca

Bio at Infidel, Inc.: http://www.infidel.net/infidels/bacebio/

Interview on the Silver Bullet Podcast: http://www.cigital.com/silver-bullet/show-012/

 

Spaf's commentary on her unexpected passing (including remembrances of Howard Schmidt and Kevin Ziese): https://www.cerias.purdue.edu/site/blog/post/time_passes_and_we_lose_friends/

Remembrance at SC Magazine: https://www.scmagazine.com/becky-baces-passing-hits-cybersecurity-community-hard/article/644432/

Personal remembrance by Avi Zajac: https://avizc.github.io/2017/03/15/becky-bace.html

Announcement of Becky's passing from the University of South Alabama: http://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/soc/news/beckybacehaspassedaway.html

Memories of Becky Bace by Anita D'Amico: https://codedx.com/memories-becky-bace/

Carole Fennelly's remembrance of Becky: https://www.the-parallax.com/2017/03/20/remembering-cybersecurity-pioneer-becky-bace/

Terri Gilbert has collected many remembrances of Becky at the Infidel website: http://infidel.net/category/memories/

 

Cyber Security Hall of Fame: https://www.cybersecurityhalloffame.com/content/home/Cyber-Security-Hall-Of-Fame

 

From notes on her induction into the Cyber Security Hall of Fame, 2019: https://www.cerias.purdue.edu/site/blog/post/cyber_security_hall_of_fame_2019_inductees/

"Rebecca “Becky” Bace , who was the major force behind building the computer misuse and detection (CMAD) community, starting in the 1990s.She has been widely recognized for her many efforts in industry and government to increase participation by women and minorities in cyber security, and to bring useful technology to market. Becky is fondly remembered by many as the “Den mother of Cyber Security.”

 

 

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