Cybersecurity is a fast-moving sector within the technology industry. As cybercrime continues to evolve and companies struggle to defend against current and future threats, cybersecurity talent is in high demand. And yet, according to the World Economic Forum, just 25% of the cybersecurity workforce are women. How can empowering women within the industry help solve the talent shortage in cybersecurity?
Join us for a panel discussion featuring women who have chosen careers in cybersecurity. We’ll discuss the growing need for talent in cybersecurity, how we can encourage more women to pursue careers in cybersecurity and how we can support the advancement of women within the field.
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