The chief’s brief with Pat Ryan CBE, Founder, Cyber Girls First | SASIG
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Friday 15 March 2024, 11am-12noon (GMT)

Pat Ryan CBE is a remarkable woman with a distinguished career in Royal Navy Intelligence, being involved in several high-profile events of the 1960s. Her civilian career was just as challenging, being one of the first females in a senior position with PwC. When she ‘retired’ from paid employment, she put her time and energy into two key projects, firstly, kitting out every children’s ward in the country with personal computers and, latterly, encouraging and inspiring girls to consider careers in cyber.

Pat sees no reason or benefit in perpetuating the current status quo of only 12% female representation in the UK’s technology and cyber workforce. She believes women can make significant contributions in this field for the country and seeks to ‘redress the balance’. SASIG was privileged to hear her story.


Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG, in conversation with Pat Ryan CBE (info), Founder, Cyber Girls First

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