You are kindly invited to the March Girl Geek Dinner Cape Town event of 2014. The theme of this dinner is “Mobile Security”. We would like to extend this invitation to students on all levels. Please pass this along to any girls studying anything technology or business related. We are working towards getting their tickets sponsored as well.
Date and time: Wednesday 26th March | 18h30 for 19h00
Venue: The Wild Fig
Guest Speaker: Yvette du Toit
Cost: R195 for a 2 course dinner (Mains and Dessert), welcome drinks and a goodie bag.
You can RSVP for the March dinner by filling in the form here. If you need to get in touch with the event organisers, please e-mail us. Please note that due to a limited number of seats available, only proof of payment secures your seat.
Yvette du Toit
Yvette du Toit is originally from Pretoria where she completed a fashion design and business degree before moving to London for almost 11 years. Her tenure in London saw her changing careers to the world of information security and 6 years ago, she found herself back on home soil. Yvette is currently establishing a local practice for a US-based company in South Africa, IOActive, Inc. Yvette manages the lead scoping and delivery of security related engagements aligned with customer business objectives. She has experience overseeing security assessments, audits and penetration using IOActive methodologies.
Her work sees her travelling quite a lot and sometimes to very interesting places, like Seattle and Finland talking to people about security. She is currently completing her Masters Degree in Information Security from Rhodes University.
The Wild Fig restaurant brings that warm country feeling directly to our doorsteps in Cape Town. The restaurant is located on a portion of the Valkenberg Estate and is situated in a fairly new building that was built as a part of the restoration of the Valkenberg Manor House. The Wild Fig bar is built in the original barn which is a National Monument. The venue leaves its guests with warmth and comfort and makes them a part of a great piece of history. A crackling fire in Winter and an outdoor garden lunch in Summer makes The Wild Fig a perfect venue all year round.