Become a part of history where the true transformation takes place in the most profound ways!
As women, we are finding our voices to speak up about why diversity, equity, and inclusion are critical to innovation, business resilience, performance, and sustainability of US businesses.
NOW, IT'S THE RIGHT TIME to engage with the community partners, associations, governments, and private corporations to take action towards this transformation.
Our accelerator is the only free all-inclusive cybersecurity workforce development program with technical industry-standard certification training by CompTIA, including AI-based cybersecurity concept-driven games, Battle Rooms, and real-world scenario Missions, small group hands-on workshops with the industry experts, mentorship and study groups, as well as internship & apprenticeship opportunities, to truly prepare you for a job in cybersecurity, at a 70% faster rate than the traditional education path.
The women leading our industry - bringing innovation, inspiration, and talent development ideas into organizations around the world - deserve recognition for their contributions.
These awards are a tribute to female cybersecurity professionals making a difference with their work and dedication to a safer digital ecosystem, and they are the role models our students in 100 Women in 100 Days Cybersecurity Career Accelerator loop up to.
This program is sponsored by the City of Sacramento and CARES funds from the State of California to service COVID-19 dislocated workers. We provide career training, mentorship, industry certifications, hands-on projects, apprenticeships and job placement services to our students so that local employers can tap into this pool on newly upskilled workforce.
These awards are to recognize and celebrate allies who work hard to advance equality, equity & inclusion, and make a substantive difference for women in technology.
This program takes middle school and high school students on a cybersecurity job exploration journey so they can develop their career vision and to better understand what it's like to work in the job they are interested in, from those that do these jobs every day.
The women leading our industry - bringing innovation, inspiration, and talent development ideas into organizations around the world - deserve recognition for their contributions. Africa has made a significant progress in the field of cybersecurity, and women cyber professionals are making their mark with their outstanding achievements.
This is the perfect opportunity for us to nominate them and out their hard work in the spotlight!
Sacramento Cyber Salons are roundtable discussions about specific cybersecurity and privacy topics, with industry experts from the government, academia, and corporations.
Register your participation interest for the next Cyber Salon.
This is our forum where we discuss all things #diversity, #equity, and #inclusion. With our events we have created a space for these serious conversations to take place, and actions we can take in creating a better, more aware society where we all respects, include, and support each other regardless of race, gender, religion and geo backgrounds.
By 2021, cybercrime damages will rise to $6 trillion a year according to Cybersecurity Ventures, but between 1.8 to 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs will go unfilled. The best schools are graduating smart people, who work at excellent companies. Despite that, the number and extent of breaches have not decreased. By not including diverse points of view, we've presented a homogenous attack surface to threat actors, one which they're exploiting daily to a significant profit and public detriment.