Every young person deserves a mentor, and by nurturing new talent, you can make a huge difference to your established employees, too. Learning to be a mentor can improve their skillset and give them a life-changing experience. Join us to discover how to tackle engagement and the skills gap at the same time.
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Following our fantastic discussion last November as part of Transgender Awareness Week 2021, we continued to look at gender identity in the workplace and make cybersecurity an inclusive industry. Gender identity is often misunderstood, and we can learn through having an open discussion about misconceptions, misunderstandings and lived experiences.
Following our fantastic discussion last November as part of Transgender Awareness Week 2021, we continue to look at gender identity in the workplace and make cybersecurity an inclusive industry. We will address common challenges faced in the workplace, and celebrate successful and inclusive individuals and businesses.
Did you know 1/3 of cybersecurity professionals have had personal experience of harassment online? Discover a new movement in infosec that is making drastic changes to stamp out abuse and harassment in our industry. Learn why and how it was created, and find out how we can all help make a difference.
The future of our industry is in our hands, and we need your help to change the lives of young people across the country. Speakers for Schools enable virtual work experience programmes that reach hundreds of children with the same effort as one traditional placement. Join us to discover how they do it, and how it could benefit your business and your community.
Every year, (ISC)² collects data as part of its annual Cybersecurity Workforce Study that sheds further light on the experiences and interest levels of women in the cybersecurity field, as well as the obstacles to success they still face today. We look at this year’s findings, with guidance on how we can encourage more women to enter the cybersecurity sector.
Mark takes us on a journey in which we meet people striving to overcome unthinkable challenges. A single mother, a lawyer unable to practice, a child with Downs Syndrome who wants to be a star, and many more. Alternately heart breaking and heart-warming, we look at the barriers people face at work and consider the case that improving your employees' working lives goes way beyond compliance.
We know a greater commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion in the security industry will attract new talent from a wider pool. Since cybersecurity already faces vast skills shortages, so this seems a clear way to grow our industry. It's a huge subject that many in the profession know little about. We consider the practical steps to ensure proper inclusion.