Women. They're everywhere. Waves of women, marching on Washington, New York, L.A., in communities across the country. On the cover of Time magazine. As far as the eye can see, a sea of pink hats, an ocean of assertiveness, goodwill and promise. The Year of the Woman. #MeToo. At the ballot box where they're running for office in record numbers. In the cybersecurity industry, where they're taking a much-deserved seat at the table.
Where have all the women gone? And how do we get them back? And keep them? While a quick perusal of a cybersecurity conference or a company roster suggests that women's ranks are increasing, the numbers indicate something different.
Feminism is for everyoneRecently, an accomplished and self-proclaimed "bossy woman" in security posted on her Facebook page a news item from media outlet InspireMore.com that immediately seized my attention. Its headline read, "'You Are In Fact Unequal' Engineering Student's Letter to Woman Goes Viral."
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