In an opinion piece in the Christian Science Monitor, more needs to be done to attract more women to the cybersecurity fields.
According to the CSM, in 2015, a mere 25 percent of women held computing jobs while companies such as Twitter and Google have been widely criticized for not bridging the gender gap in the workforce.
Not only that, but a report from the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu found that only 11 percent of jobs in the cybersecurity field were held by women.
Digital Privacy Ahead of its Game
When it comes to digital privacy, though, it has done much better compared to other fields.
Well, according to CSM, it’s [...]