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“I believe that making sure there is a healthy work/life balance will create happy, hardworking team members who will successfully serve our clients.”
“While more encouraging than only 11% of women in the cyber workforce in 2017, we are still nowhere near the representation needed to be considered a diverse workforce,”
"We need to lead the change and fight for increased female representation at all levels, as security analysts, data scientists, product managers, forensic investigators, SOC engineers, CISOs, and more. The first step is acknowledging there is work to be done,"
Employees' enthusiasm and passion for their jobs is inspiring and energizing to be a part of on a daily basis. Employees are unquestionably our most valuable asset
"With a cumulative sense of responsibility, we can all stand in favour of progress and equity and communicate those positive gains to the rising generations of women in cybersecurity,"
RedSeal’s culture is inclusive. At RedSeal, the CEO, Bryan Barney, is all about promoting equal rights for all and respecting people of different backgrounds. One of his first initiatives was to set up a Diversity and Inclusion Council.
"Be Persistent. We have seen a lot of positive change for Women in Security over the last 15 years, but we have hit the hardest part of the process. The part where everyone knows that increasing diversity in tech is the right thing to do."
I’ve been part of building Titania for over a decade, but alongside that journey, I’ve enjoyed living one of our core values to the max—"Go-Giving".
‘information security is not a destination but a journey.’ It can be difficult to keep up with the ever-expanding list of regulatory mandates and upcoming data privacy laws.
At a time of so much focus on how women are held back and treated unfairly, corporations spend multiple millions telling us what they are doing to empower women and girls. When this makes them seem more women-friendly than...