It’s summertime, and with this newsletter comes happiness, sunshine and opportunities galore! The WiCyS team has been working hard to bring together outstanding offerings for the over 5,000 members in 70+ countries. Between the WiCyS conference registration closing at...
The Cyber Ranch Podcast chats with Lynn Dohm, Executive Director of Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) and Martha Laughman, Veterans Initiative Lead at WiCyS and Director of Workforce Development at Smoothstack about the amazing programs for women and women veterans at...
WiCyS Founder, Ambareen Siraj, Chairman of the Board, Janell Straach, and Executive Director, Lynn Dohm were interviewed by Steve Morgan, Founder of Cybersecurity Ventures. They discussed the benefits of attending the annual Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) Conference...
There are around 2 million women veterans in the US today, making up only 10% of the total Veterans population. Disparities concerning gender, race, and sexual orientation in the increasingly digital military are mirrored in cybersecurity. Women veterans have, in...
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