Women in Cybersecurity
Shaping a Diverse and Stronger Cybersecurity Industry
Aside from scuba diving and working with Cisco customers to improve cyber resiliency, cooking is one of my greatest passions. My favorite dishes are a fusion of the best ingredients,...
The Ecosystem of Women in Cybersecurity – A Key to our Future!
Digitization is driving each of us across all industries to make dramatic changes to how we approach customers, products, services, and the always-on, real-time information rich marketplace. This digital economy is gender agnostic. And, it is highly dependent on a connected global ecosystem. The message is clear—no one person, enterprise, industry, government or region can […]
Filling the Cybersecurity Professionals Gap – with Women
Due to the high-profile data breaches, cybersecurity has become a household word. Think back to just one month ago, when the data breach at Equifax exposed the personal information for...
Cisco Takes Exclusivity Out of Cybersecurity
Nearly 30 years ago, I attended the first of what would be hundreds of information security conferences throughout my career. I was astonished to be one of only a handful...
I. Am. A. Woman. In. Tech.
"You are a woman in tech. You are part of the 11% of women in cybersecurity. You make an impact. You're not alone - you have the #wearecisco fam behind you. Don't ever forget that." - Tammy Nguyen shares her story of realizing she was, indeed, a woman in tech.
For Women in Cybersecurity, Possibilities are Endless
This blog is the third in a series of posts sharing perspectives from Cisco women in security. Previous blogs featured Michele Guel, Engineer and Chief Security Architect and
When Women Happen to Things, Things Happen
Leonardo Da Vinci once said, “It had long come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened...
How to Increase the Presence – and Impact – of Women in Cybersecurity
This blog is the first in a series of posts featuring perspectives from Cisco women in security. Next month’s blog will feature Chief Privacy Officer, Michelle Dennedy. When I started my information security career at NASA’s Ames Research Center in 1988, there were very few women in the field. In fact, I’d attend conferences in […]