Cybersecurity is not just a man’s world! True, women are still under represented in this sector but those who are present are genuine experts and give men a run for their money. Get to know our selection of 11 influential women in cybersecurity!
11 influential women in cybersecurity
Currently, women represent only 11% of the computer security community according to Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC), an association that empowers women so they can succeed in the cybersecurity field. It also seems that only 9% of CISOs are women, even though they continue to strive to make their voices heard.
Sentryo has put itself in the shoes of women working in a very male-dominated sector to provide you with 11 profiles of influential women. They hold positions of high responsibility in large groups and organizations and are recognized as major specialists in their areas. Their career paths will inspire women to try their hand in the sector and embark on start-up adventures similar to Sentryo’s.
Find out more about these 11 women who are experts in cybersecurity, their career paths, their Twitter and LinkedIn accounts, their websites, and more. Don’t forget to share this with your friends:
- Nacira Salvan, director of PwC and founder of CefCys (Cybersecurity Women’s Circle)
- Parisa Tabriz, Google Security Princess
- Mylène Jarossay, founding member of CESIN (Club of Experts in Information Security and Digital Technology) and CISO at LVMH
- Diane Rambaldini, businesswoman specialized in information security, cybersecurity and risks
- Emma Philpott, founder of UK Cybersecurity Forum
- Julie Gommes, senior consultant in cybersecurity
- Ida Haisma, director of The Hague Security Delta
- Ann Barron-DiCamillo, cybersecurity expert, former director of US-CERT
- Jane Frankland, executive director of Cyber Security Capital, consultant and CISO advisor
- Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, cyber security policy advisor for EEAS and NATO
- Jennifer Henley, director of security operations at Facebook