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How you can help more women study cyber security

How you can help more women study cyber security

A few simple steps from industry professionals could make a profound difference – this is not an option, it’s an imperative, says Dr Yulia Cherdantseva, a cyber skills lead at the Centre for Cyber Security Research at Cardiff University 


Given the shortage of qualified cyber security professionals all over the world – with the predicted gap of the cyber security workforce hitting 4.07 million – it is critically important to increase the number of female cyber security graduates. 

By attracting and supporting underrepresented demographic groups, including women, the cyber security industry will fill the workforce gap.

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