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Women to watch

We selected seven women whose achievements struck us as not only remarkable but deserving of wider recognition.

Women of influence

Women of influence

These eight women are featured for their noteworthy efforts, which have impacted the field of online security and data privacy for the better.

Equality revolution

Equality revolution

The pace may be slow but we're moving forward. We explore gender diversity and more in our third annual Women in Security issue.

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

Executive Editor Teri Robinson caught up with a few women we've honored in the past to see how their careers - and the security landscape - have changed.

That '70s show: Sexual harassment

That '70s show: Sexual harassment

New legislation and evolving corporate policies are fighting back against online harassment, reports Doug Olenick.

Equal? Not quite

Equal? Not quite

It's time to broaden the concept of what a career in information security looks like, particularly for women, reports Teri Robinson.

Power Players

Power Players

These 10 women were selected for their longstanding contributions to the IT security space.

Reeling in workers: Social engineering

Reeling in workers: Social engineering

Successfully defending against socially engineered phishing campaigns means addressing both technological and human vulnerabilities. Doug Olenick reports.

Top to bottom assurance

Top to bottom assurance

When chief executives flout security rules, the losses can be higher than usual. What should organizations do to help their leaders stay on track with cybersecurity? Karen Epper Hoffman reports.

No business like breach business

No business like breach business

Repeated exposure of private data is giving rise to a new class of companies promising to clean up the mess - and they don't come cheap. Lee Sustar reports.

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