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No Password Required: The Teenage CEO of Girls Who Hack and Secure Open Vote, Who Is as Comfortable Behind a Mic as She Is Behind a Keyboard.

The No Password Required Podcast is dedicated to introducing and celebrating the practitioners, leaders, researchers, and individuals who are shaping the cybersecurity industry. Join us for an in-depth conversation that explores our guests' personalities, expertise, and the path that led them into cybersecurity. The team also discusses current cyber threats and readiness tips for security professionals and business leaders alike.


Bianca Lewis, also known by her hacker handle BiaSciLab, is a next-generation teenage hacker and the CEO of Girls Who Hack. Bianca’s cybersecurity journey started at age 11 when she was part of a team that successfully compromised a simulated election-reporting system at DEF CON 26. She has since become a national conference speaker and advocate for recruiting girls into the cyber industry. In this episode of No Password Required, Bianca joins Jack Clabby and KnowBe4’s Kayley Melton to share her experiences as a teenage hacker, her advice for being a confident public speaker, and her other biggest passion in life: the theatre. Jack and Kayley discuss the joint investigation between German police, the FBI, and law enforcement in Ukraine and the Netherlands in the takedown of the DoppelPaymer ransomware group.

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