Cyber has evolved with technological advancements, but the workforce behind cyber may be evolving too. Bush School student and cyber expert Amanda Custer shares with us the major cyber issues facing America and the prospects of women in cyber for the near and distant future. Amanda has kindly shared some links below for people who wish to learn more!
Huckins, Grace. 2021. “As More Women Enter Science, It’s Time to Redefine Mentorship.” Wired. (February 23, 2021).
Huntington-Klein, Nick, and Elaine Rose. 2018. “A Study of West Point Shows How Women Help Each Other Advance.” Harvard Business Review. (February 23, 2021).
“Cybersecurity Professionals Stand Up to a Pandemic: (ISC)2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study, 2020”.
Kovacevic, Andrej. 2020. “Solving the Global Cybersecurity Skills Gap in Two Simple Steps.” Infosecurity Magazine. (February 23, 2021).
Mundy, Liza. 2017. Code Girls The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II.
“The STEM Gap: Women and Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.” AAUW : Empowering Women Since 1881. (February 23, 2021).
“Women and Information Technology by the Numbers.” 2020.
“Women in Cybersecurity.” Cybersecurity Guide. (February 23, 2021).
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