Kim Peretti was a panelist at this conference hosted by the NYU Center for Cybersecurity.
There is a growing need and considerable talent shortage for cybersecurity positions across industry sectors, creating significant career opportunities. It is well established that women are greatly underrepresented in cybersecurity careers generally and, specifically, in leadership positions within organizations in many sectors. This is not a new problem. Government and companies have long said they want to address this, but what really is being done and how can we improve to achieve quantifiable results?
The Women Leaders in Cybersecurity Conference at NYU will take an interdisciplinary approach to exploring the numerous opportunities for cybersecurity careers and career advancement in various sectors, provide substantive discussions on emerging hot topics in the field, and encourage 360-degree mentoring and power-brokering as we bring together aspiring girls and young women, as well as seasoned professionals, to collectively address the issue of closing the gender gap in this important field.
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October 14, 2016
Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall / New York, NY