Women in Cybersecurity 

 September 3, 2022

By  Jane Frankland

Women In Cybersecurity
Women In Cybersecurity, with Jane Frankland
Women in Cybersecurity

Women in cybersecurity make the world a safer, happier and more prosperous place, and we’re here to talk about it. Whether you’re at the peak of your career or just starting out, join our host Jane Frankland as we embark on a mission to make women in cybersecurity standard, not exception.

Jane Frankland is an award-winning tech entrepreneur, best-selling author, keynote speaker and founder of The Source, a brand new global platform for women in cyber and business to learn, connect and exceed. A trailblazer with an undeniable track record, Jane joins fellow women in the industry motivated to effect change.

Our guests share exclusive insights into career challenges, pivots and turnarounds as well as their successes. We explore approaches to our careers, allyship and leadership and exchange ideas on how to get more women into cybersecurity. You’ll come away inspired, empowered and ready to take action.

To receive more insights from Jane, have a discovery call about your career or join us on our mission, find Jane on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/janefrankland/) or Twitter (https://twitter.com/JaneFrankland)

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Jane Frankland is a cybersecurity market influencer, award-winning entrepreneur, consultant and speaker. She is the Founder of KnewStart and the IN Security Movement. Having held executive positions within her own companies and several large PLCs, she now provides agile, forward thinking organisations with strategic business solutions. Jane works with leaders of all levels and supports women in male dominated industries like cybersecurity and tech. Her book, IN Security: Why a failure to attract and retain women in cybersecurity is making us all less safe' is a best-seller.


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