Breaking Barriers - Lean In Circle is a place where women who are new or existing within the cybersecurity industry can envision their growth as leaders.
A safe space for women in the industry to grow, build confidence, manage work stress, and envision to evolve as leaders in the ever-changing technology in Cyber Security.
CyberUp finds, prepares, and places amazing candidates with employers ready to elevate their hiring to the next level. Our apprenticeship model provides a roadmap for both to create diversity, equity, and inclusion on your teams.
Hacker in Heels is committed to attracting, advancing, and advocating for women in cybersecurity.
Through our digital content, career quiz, Changemakers program, and Study Squads Hacker in Heels aims to be the premiere online platform for women in cybersecurity.
This is the Mantra behind Raíces. Our Mission is to Encourage and Support the Hispanic and Latino Cyber and Technology Community to Achieve Greater Representation in the World. We are doing that with our four main pillars. Continued Support and Encouragement to and from the Community, Education for all career levels, Access to valuable resources, Constructive Networking and the forming of STRONG bonds (“Roots”).
Partially funded by EARN Maryland, this academy will train Maryland residents, with a focus on U.S. Military veterans and women, over the next two years in highly sought-after cybersecurity skills to provide them a pathway into the cybersecurity workforce.
Funded in part by GO VIRGINIA, a state-funded initiative administered by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), this program is a partnership among SANS, Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu, and Katzy Cyber Games, with two options for career development - upskilling or reskilling training.