Submitted By: Jenni Muñoz & Sofia Martinez One of the most impactful ways that we can create a welcoming environment is through our words. In every space that we enter, we have the opportunity to use language that makes everyone around us feel comfortable and...
After implementing a pilot program in February, Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) is rolling out its student internship program this month. WiCyS student members can apply for this program, which will help bridge the gap between them and their internship needs and...
CSO Written By Rob Rashotte As the cybersecurity skills gap persists, it is imperative to create access to training, career pathways, and opportunities in order to encourage more people to pursue careers in cybersecurity. By providing access to and possibilities for...
The September Edition of WiCyS newsletter features a message from WiCyS Organization, WiCyS 2023 Call for Participation, WiCyS New Professional Affiliate Manager: Jaclyn Justice, Cybersecurity Awareness Month, #ShareTheMicInCyber, WiCyS Inclusive Language Document,...
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