SC is delighted to honour & recognise the 50 women who, in our opinion, have had the most influence in the UK cyber-security sector over the past year as role models or campaigners.
Once again SC is delighted to honour and recognise some of the fantastic talent among women in the cyber-security industry with our annual list (below) of 50 women having the most influence in the UK cyber-security sector as role models or campaigners. Our initial long list is drawn up by leading cyber-security writer Kate O’Flaherty, and that is then added to by the SC editorial team and members of the editorial board, then adjudicated by senior women in the industry who we already had no doubts, deserved to be on the list (so they didn’t put themselves on - they were there already).
The easy part was finding talented women who either act as role models by virtue of their seniority and achievements in the industry, or are prominent due to their campaigning on behalf of women in the sector.
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