LogRhythm is proud to be able to participate in this event. Women across LogRhythm are playing active roles in similar meetings and groups around the globe.
Last week we held our LogRhythm Partner Advisory Board (PAB) in London. During this meeting, a number of women on the panel, from our strategic partners, asked what LogRhythm is doing to promote and support women in cybersecurity.
We were able to point to this and other events. For this event, we brought Sara Avery in from LogRhythm in Colorado. Sara spearheaded the formation of Women in Security in the Denver area.
In saying that, LogRhythm is focused well beyond women in cybersecurity and sees diversity as key. With the lack of cybersecurity resources and the high number of open jobs globally, we need to extend the talent pool as broadly as possible.
The University of Westminster, together with the BCS ISSG Group, are pleased to announce the second Cyber Security Women’s Day at its Regent Campus on the 16 September 2017. The event will offer training to women who want to start a career in cyber security. The aim of the day-long event is to inspire women to pursue a career in cyber security, highlighting that many will already have the transferrable skills needed for a career change, demonstrating that they do not need to start in an entry-level role. The event will offer training to attendees in four different areas of cyber security; Information Security Governance, Policies, Risk Management; Forensics with Incident Event Management System (SIEMS); Legislation relevant to Information Security with an emphasis on GDPR; and Incident Response.