Bridging the Cyber Gender Skills Gap

With only 11% of the Cyber Security workforce being female, businesses on a global level need to strategise on how to bring top female talent into their businesses.

Hosted by BrightSec, this free 3 hour event will see business leaders discussing the importance of Women in Cyber.

Topics on the day include

1.  How to attract and retain women in Cyber 

2.  Educating the next generation on Cyber Security 

3.  Initiatives to empower women in Cyber 

4.  How to promote a diverse workplace in Cyber

Speakers include:

Ruth Davis, Head of Commercial Strategy and Public Policy, BT Security

Naina Bhattacharya, Director - Cyber Security, Big 4 Consultancy 

Keith Price, Deputy Director - IT & Security, US Dept of Defence 

Becky Pinkard, VP of IT, Digital Shadows 

Mark Parr, CISO, KPMG

Kevin Fielder, CISO, JustEAT

Emma Griffin, Head of Cyber Security, WorldPay

Paloma Martin-Maestro Garcia, Pre-Sales Manager, Symantec 

Nye Bidwell, Company Director, Adeptis Group

Who should attend

  • CISOs
  • HR Directors
  • HR Managers
  • Internal Recruitment Teams
  • Learning & Development Teams
  • Cyber Security Professionals

This is a fantastic opportunity to join like-minded businesses and individuals at a visionary event designed to explore how best to attract, retain and empower women in Cyber.

BrightSec, part of the Adeptis Group is a peer to peer networking events company for the brightest minds in Cyber Security.  Entry to this event is at the discretion of BrightSec. This event is not aimed at recruitment agencies

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