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Diversity in Cybersecurity: A Problem without a Quick Fix

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For every woman that works in cybersecurity across the world, there are nine men, according to a report from Frost & Sullivan. In the UK, just 11% of the industry’s workforce is female.

It is a statistic Sue Henley, head of diversity and inclusion at CA Technologies, calls “unsettling,” especially at a time when the industry is crying out for skilled cybersecurity professionals.

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