Zinet Kemal explores how her children got hacked while gaming and describes the perils of the online world while emphasizing the importance of teaching and empowering children about online safety and cyber resilience. Zinet Kemal is an immigrant from Ethiopia, a mother of 4, a multi-award winning cybersecurity advocate and a four times best-selling author. She currently excels as a Cloud Security Engineer at a Fortune 500 organization and Board member at a non-profit, Black Girls in Cyber. She is a Georgia Tech University graduate with a Masters of Science degree in Cybersecurity. Zinet's award-winning children's books, including "Proud in Her Hijab", "Oh, No ... Hacked Again!” and "See Yourself in Cybersecurity" promote empowerment, online safety and cyber careers for children. Recognized as 2023 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal 40 under 40, SC Media Women in IT Security Cyber Advocate, CyberScoop Most Inspiring Up and Comer, and Women Who Code Applaud Her Award recipient, she has been featured in various media outlets including Good Morning America, 11Alive, BBC and CBS Minnesota - WCCO. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍🤍ted.com/tedx
Excellent talk!! Thank you for emphasizing this critical topic and sharing actionable ways to address 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
This is so amazing, Zinet!
Great Talk and Important Topic!!!
Well said miss❤❤
Nice one👏👏👏. I know this Lady when she was in law school. She was brilliant
Thank you, Zinte! We need this very much.Remarkable presentation.
Your voice inflection, usage of hands to tell your story, and eye contact with the audience is astounding! You’re a pro!
Those numbers are damning!
I love the personalization that you included in your intro.
Amazing presentation Zinet. So proud of you!
Great job ❣️
really great job on this zinet 👏👏
Great job from Gina Gadson
So good! You crushed it, Zinet!
I learned so much from your talk, Zinet! Thank you for your leadership in this important work!
You go girl, you are such a role model, so proud of you my dear!!!