Print Issue: July 10, 2017
Women are underrepresented in cybersecurity. But, despite bias and other disadvantages, advances are being made, reports Greg Masters.
We shine a light on seven extraordinary women for their achievements in IT and information security.
These eight women have moved – and continue to move – the security industry forward.
We celebrate these five women for their noteworthy efforts, which have positively impacted the field of online security.
These eight women were selected for longstanding contributions to the IT security space. As veterans in the field, they’ve served as exemplary women taking on leadership roles in the community.
On the Dark Web, nobody knows you’re a woman, reports Bradley Barth.
The number of women in security may have stagnanted, but it need not continue to do so, reports Doug Olenick.
Early education efforts is key to filling cybersecurity talent and gender gaps, reports Robert Abel.
Despite sobering statistics, women have plenty of opportunity in cybersecurity, Teri Robinson reports.
There are decisions my female friends and I make daily that correlate to problems we face as a result of gender bias in our working lives.
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