#IMOS21 Establishing a Cybersecurity Culture of Inclusion

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For all of the information security industry’s diverse qualities, it is a sector that continues to suffer from clear issues surrounding inclusion. Tackling underrepresentation of females, members of the LGTBQ+ community, people of color and those with neurological conditions is increasingly featuring high on the industry’s agenda.

This session will explore the root cause of the sector’s inclusion issues, highlight why creating a welcoming culture is critical and outline what is being done to address such problems. What’s more, experts will share best practice insight for building a security philosophy in which acceptance and empathy are at the fore.

Key takeaways:

  •  Infosec’s inclusion issues: what, why and how
  • Why cybersecurity needs a culture of inclusion, and how to achieve it


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Holly Foxcroft

Associate Lecturer Cyber Security, Chichester College

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Christina Luconi

Chief People Officer, Rapid 7

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William Worthington

CEO, Grizzly Information Security Solutions

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