Gender diversity is a critical element of successful cyber security
We are committed to addressing the gender balance and growing skills shortage in cyber. Established in 2015, our Women in Cyber network aims to promote gender diversity in cyber and is supported by male and female cyber professionals globally.
We work collaboratively across geographies towards a common vision: to promote gender diversity in the cyber security industry by inspiring others, developing our people and building a community. This vision is supported by three pillars:
Our aim is to promote gender diversity in the cyber security industry by inspiring others, developing our people and building a community.
Behind every functioning society is a woman in cyber
We are the women in cyber. The few protecting the many. The underrepresented, who over influence. The half of the world, who see the problems differently, who solve them uniquely. We are the women in cyber safeguarding society. Protecting us all. We need more like us. We need more like you.
Stories and insights
What can you learn from the women working in cyber security? Discover our latest stories and insights from across the world.
Cyber security is a business accelerator
Taking on cyber security’s unknown unknowns
Hard work, ambition, and a strong academic background are the recipe for success
Building a secure digital world is a legacy we owe future generations
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Key statement of Stéphane Hurtaud
Looking forward in the field of Cyber Security : Key statement of a Cyber Woman
Security is about balance and cooperation at all levels – the organizational, security community at national, EU and international levels.
Women currently only make up 11% of cyber security professionals worldwide. How can we begin to bridge this gap?
Solving the Cyber Talent Gap
Stéphane is a partner within our Risk Advisory practice. He has over 21 years of experience in the IT risk, Information Security and IT audit fields, with a strong focus on the financial services industry.
Laureline is Director in our Risk Advisory Services, where she focuses on Information & Technology Risk. She has been serving Financial Institution in IT related regulatory compliance and ICT Risk for more than 15 years. She also leads a team of IT specialists performing IT Audit based on International Standards for Audits.
Yasser is a Director within Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Services, Risk Advisory service line in Luxembourg. As a cyber-security adviser and leader, he is helping organizations to become stronger, more innovative, and resilient in the face of persistent and ever-changing cyber threats.