Women in Cybersecurity
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 […]
Going Back to Summer Camp as a Cisco Employee – GenCyber Camp That Is
An issue I can relate to – the lack of women in cybersecurity. While women represented 25% of computing professionals in 2015, they only represented 10% of the information security...
Michele D. Guel Awarded 2016 ABIE Award for Leadership
The cybersecurity industry is one of change and disruption. The ability not only to sustain, but to flourish, over a 26-year career in this field requires a special level of...