Microsoft calls for more women in cyber

Microsoft has argued that with more than 2.5 million availabilities worldwide, there’s never been a better time to get women into cyber

The tech giant Microsoft has claimed that encouraging women into cybersecurity jobs is “mission-critical” to addressing the labour shortage in the cybersecurity industry.

The company’s corporate vice president of security, compliance, identity, and management, Vasu Jakkal argues that diversity is sorely needed in the industry in order to address the evolving threat landscape and relieving overburdened IT teams.

A lack of female representation in cybersecurity is fuelling unequal pay and insufficient support for women, but bridging the gender gap would allow organizations to bridge organizational gaps and diversify operational thinking, bringing its own benefits Read more:

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