with Limor Sylvie Kessem, Executive Security Advisor
Take a look at where we are, and where we want to go in 2021 and Beyond
According to a survey by ISC² “Cybersecurity Workforce Report” women working in cybersecurity account for about 24% of the overall workforce, compared to 11% back in 2017. While the increasing representation of women in this study is a positive development, for the professionals themselves and for the profession as a whole, there is still a wide cybersecurity workforce gap.
Please join our next Women in Security virtual networking group (in honor of International’s Women's Day!), headlined by renowned expert Limor Kessem, Executive Security Advisor at IBM Security, to hear first-hand her;
Limor will kick off the session for the first 30 minutes, then attendees will break out into smaller networking groups for the remaining 30 minutes. This event is meant to be interactive and a space where attendees can meet new people in the industry, share their own stories about career development, and develop ideas about how to create a path towards a more inclusive and diversified industry as the next generation of security professionals enter into their careers.
Limor Kessem is an Executive Security Advisor at IBM Security. She is a widely sought-after security expert, speaker and author and a strong advocate for women in information security. At IBM, she leverages her over 10 years of cyber risk and security expertise to provide counsel to CSOs, CISOs, and CIOs at the world’s largest corporations and governments. In addition to her work with IBM, Limor is part of the Tel-Aviv University Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center, is a founding member of the Cyber Week FraudCon conference, and volunteers in the local chapters of OWASP and BSides. To follow Limor’s security feed on Twitter, please check out: @iCyberFighter