Employees work at an Indian startup headquarters April 12, 2008 in Bangalore, India. India is among the countries how various countries contending with this gender disparity like the U.S. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

The struggle to introduce more women into the field of cybersecurity is not a challenge that’s unique to the United States. And considering the global nature of recruitment, how various countries and regions contend with this gender disparity – how they may be contributing to it or actively taking measures to remedy the problem – has a direct impact on the state of talent for businesses here in the U.S.

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