We work with other groups and organisations in the industry. Without partners like the Manchester Grey Hats, we wouldn't be able to put on the Gender Minority CTF and, in turn, they've seen attendance by women in their group raise by roughly 40%.
We're working on a guide to creating inclusive spaces that will be available to download soon, and we're always happy to talk to potential new partners.
Name: Ladies of London Hacking Society
Location: London, Norwich
Details: A women centric not women exclusive, offensive & defensive technical security meetup focusing on building technical knowledge & skills in CyberSec.
Code of Conduct: See individual chapter
Name: Manchester Grey Hats
Details: Grey Hats run monthly technical workshops and CTFs every month with an online Slack community. They welcome all people and all skill levels and enforce an inclusive Code of Conduct. They run CTFs for other groups and events, including the Hoppers Bi-monthly Gender Minority CTF.
Code of Conduct: https://manchestergreyhats.co.uk/MGH%20Code%20of%20Conduct.txt
Name: Manchester Girl Geeks
Details: Manchester Girl Geeks is a non-profit group which organises networking events & workshops for women with an interest in Science & Technology.
Code of Conduct: https://manchestergirlgeeks.com
Name: OWASP Manchester
Details: The OWASP Chapters program helps to foster local discussion of application security around the world. Local Chapters are free and open to anyone and managed by a set of guidelines known as the OWASP Chapter Handbook. Many of the popular OWASP presentations are available for everyone to use at meetings.
Code of Conduct: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Manchester#tab=Code_of_conduct
Details: SkillSec offers free resources and quarterly meetups providing learning & development and networking opportunities for businesses and people looking to work in the sector.
Code of Conduct: https://www.skillsec.co.uk/code-of-conduct