Women in IT Security

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What women talk about when women talk about their cybersecurity jobs
What women talk about when women talk about their cybersecurity jobs

The most important dialogs for recruitment happen in person, informally, in the bathrooms at conferences and over drinks at networking events. There may not be a Yelp for how companies treat women, but there is a grapevine.

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Finance of America’s Christine Herman: Leading with empathy, determination
Finance of America’s Christine Herman: Leading with empathy, determination

Unafraid to be criticized, the languages and literature major worked her way from the Defense Department to chief information security officer of Finance of American. "“I don’t want to be a human being who can’t be told they can do any number of things better, and I expect the same from those I hire. Let’s talk about where we can all improve together.”

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Dissecting the diversity advantage, and why we should banish ‘soft skills’ from our vocabplay button
Dissecting the diversity advantage, and why we should banish ‘soft skills’ from our vocab

Clar Rosso, CEO of (ISC)2 offers her take on how the cyber community compares to other industries in overcoming the diversity challenge, and tactics for attracting, and retaining, women leaders.

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Celebrating significant and consequential contributions to the field and community​, the SC Media Women in IT Security program honors leaders who have faced down the security challenges, shaped the industry, and made a positive impact on the advancement of cybersecurity in government or the private sector.

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