Each year, our event is made possible through continued and generous support of the InfoSec Community. If you’d like to help The Diana Initiative continue our mission, to encourage diversity and support women who want to pursue careers in information security, promote diverse and supportive workplaces, and help change workplace cultures, either as a one-time or monthly donation, then please click the big purple button below. Donations made through our site are tax-deductible, less the retail cost of any gift you may receive.

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Donation Gifts

We like to show appreciation to our donors by showering them with gifts when we can.
Please note: At this time, we are only able to ship gifts within the continental United States.


Infinity Cube fidget toyDonate at least $50, and this Infinity Cube fidget toy can be yours. Portable, lightweight, palm-sized contraption for relieving stress or calming anxiety. Great for children and adults alike. Made of durable ABS plastic, this cube with numerous possible combinations is sure to last for years.



Have you been accused of “playing the woman card”? Then this deck of cards is perfect for you. A standard deck of 54 cards featuring fifteen original, hand-drawn portraits of American women who changed the world, even though the deck was stacked against them. Women like Hilary Clinton, Susan B Anthony, Shirley Chisholm, and Rosa Parks.

Need to inspire a young woman? Grab the new Girl Power deck, featuring young women such as Malala Yousafzai, Joan of Arc, Emma Gonzalez, and Sophie Scholl.

The Woman Card and Girl Power decks are each available for donations over $75.


Got a little more to give? Check out this unique find: Elevation of Privilege Threat Modeling Cyber Security Card Game by Agile Stationery. Available for our 1337 donors, who give at least $133.70, this game is designed to help you find threats to software or computer systems easily and quickly. It’s the easiest way to start seeing your design from an attackers perspective and to learn threat modeling. Can be picked up and used by any development group and applied to any system to help identify the work needed to make a system secure. Because the game uses STRIDE threats, it gives you a framework for thinking about threats, and specific actionable examples of security problems and anti-patterns.



What better way to tell the world just how ‘leet’ you are than to use this YubiKey 5 two-factor authentication security key (USB-A & NFC), our gift to you for donating $133.70 or more. Secure, portable, durable, with multi-protocol support, the YubiKey 5 works with FIDO2, FIDO U2F, Yubico OTP, OATH-TOTP, OATH-HOTP, Smart card (PIV), OpenPGP, and Challenge-Response capability to give you strong hardware-based authentication. Also get touch-based authentication for NFC supported Android and iOS devices and applications.


If you’re ready to donate in support of the 2020 Diana Initiative conference, [please click here] and complete the form.