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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber

Women in Cybersecurity, breaking the Bias with Obrela Security Industries

One week later and International Women's Day is still fresh in our minds. There is still some way to go but every day that we challenge the stigma and bias that impact women in the workplace. Obrela Security Industries have launched a campaign to celebrate women in the cybersecurity industry. You can read their blog here The persistent cyber skills shortage is getting worse. Despite gender representation generally improving over the past 5 years, there...

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AT&T Cybersecurity grows SASE offering by adding Palo Alto Networks

Many organisations have been considering a network transformation initiative to support the adoption of SaaS, cloud-based applications, and an increasingly remote workforce. Given the connectivity needs of a remote workforce - and knowing a hybrid workforce is here to stay - many IT teams have had to make sudden changes in the way workers connect to corporate systems that could introduce new cyber risks and vulnerabilities.   When developing a security strategy for supporting a hybrid...

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Securing Diversity for Success

With work still to be done to boost diversity and inclusion in cyber security, KPMG UK’s Katie Diacon unpacks where some of the challenges exist, and what could make a difference. Cyber security is one of the most innovative and dynamic sectors to work in, and it is increasingly vital to the operational resilience of organisations. Katie Diacon, Director, TMT Cyber Security, KPMG in the UK, says success in the sector requires “a great combination...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards 2021

Last night, with the help of our sponsors KPMG and Beazley, we celebrated this year’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards. Hosted in Canary Wharf, the awards were kick-started by Jenny Radcliffe, who delivered an amazing speech about what it is to be a woman in this industry, using FAQs to frame her talk. Before recognising this year’s 21 winners, our panellists had an insightful discussion about how we all can motivate and encourage other women to pursue a...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Areej Eliyan, IT Administrator at MOEHE Qatar

The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own words with minor edits made by the editor for readability. This year, the awards are sponsored by KPMG and Beazley. Areej...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Anna Collard, SVP Content Strategy & Evangelist at KnowBe4

The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own words with minor edits made by the editor for readability. This year, the awards are sponsored by KPMG and Beazley. Anna...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Bindu Sundaresan, Director at AT&T Cybersecurity 

The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own words with minor edits made by the editor for readability. This year, the awards are sponsored by KPMG and Beazley. Bindu...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Dr. Jacqui Taylor, CEO of FlyingBinary

The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own words with minor edits made by the editor for readability. This year, the awards are sponsored by KPMG and Beazley. Dr....

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Regina Bluman, Security Analyst at Algolia

The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own words with minor edits made by the editor for readability. This year, the awards are sponsored by KPMG and Beazley. Regina...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber 2021: Aileen Ryan, Senior Director Portfolio Strategy at Siemens EDA

The IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards aims to shed a light on the remarkable women in our industry. The following is a feature on just one of the many phenomenal women put forward for the 2021 awards. Presented in a Q&A format, the nominee’s answers are written in their own words with minor edits made by the editor for readability. This year, the awards are sponsored by KPMG and Beazley. Aileen...

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