Woburn, MA – October 18, 2017 – Kaspersky Lab has released Kaspersky Security Cloud, the first security-as-a-service solution with a tailored approach to protection for individuals and families.
Software Advice, By Daniel Humphries
Women in IT security are a rare breed. While reports vary—it’s estimated that anywhere from 11 to 20 percent of the IT security workforce is female—the result is the same: men overwhelmingly dominate the field. This scarcity has inspired organizations such as the (ISC)² and Hewlett-Packard to support scholarships aimed at women to increase female representation in the field, but these will take years to bear fruit.
Nevertheless, there are many highly accomplished women working in IT security today. We interviewed three leading female figures at IBM, Cisco and Kaspersky Labs to find out how they rose up through the ranks to get where they are today, and what advice they have for others looking to do the same. Read more.
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