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.
Our Women in Cyber network runs a number of events throughout the year. Below are a few upcoming highlights.
Women in Cyber Event – Unleashing Innovation
Stories and insights
What can you learn from the women working in cyber security? Discover our latest stories and insights from across the world.
Simon leads the Deloitte Cyber Risk Services practice across North South Europe (NSE) as well as the Global Cyber Clients & Industry and Global Risk Advisory Client Excellence. He is an advocate for Deloitte Women in Cyber and actively participates in the initiative. Contact Simon if you would like to know more about the Deloitte Women in Cyber initiative across NSE.
Susie is a Partner within the Deloitte Cyber Risk Services practice and is North South Europe (NSE) Cyber Talent Partner. She has a diverse working background, from programme management to cyber security strategy and transformation. Contact Susie if you would like to know more about the benefits of diversity and the Deloitte Women in Cyber initiative.
Lisa is a Director within the Deloitte Cyber Risk Services practice and leads the EMEA Women in Cyber Initiative. Her focus is on the delivery of security transformation programmes in financial services. Contact Lisa for more information or to learn how to get involved in the Deloitte Women in Cyber initiative.
Hannah is a Senior Manager within the Deloitte Cyber Risk Service practice and leads the EMEA Women in Cyber initiative. Her experience focusses on leading security and privacy transformation programmes, with a strong background in learning development. Contact Hannah for more information or to learn how to get involved in the Deloitte Women in Cyber initiative.
Our impact is greater when we collaborate.
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