Women in Cyber Security, whilst the actual number of women working in cybersecurity is unknown, it is estimated to be between 11% and 24% globally. In Australia, an estimated 16% of cybersecurity professionals are women. Attracting and retaining women in the industry has been a topic of interest for researchers and industry alike. From a practical standpoint, cybersecurity is experiencing a dramatic shortage of staff, with estimates indicating that 30,000 more cyber-professionals will be needed by 2026. BSI Learning are looking to create pathways for more women into cyber roles.
The cybersecurity sector is currently grappling with a severe shortage of skilled professionals. Projections indicate that by 2026, an additional 30,000 cybersecurity experts will be required to meet the escalating demand. Amidst this growing need, BSI Learning has taken a proactive stance by introducing initiatives like the Women in Cyber program. This program is designed to create pathways for women, encouraging their entry and advancement in cybersecurity roles.
This initiative seeks not only to attract more women to the field but also to retain and nurture their talents within the industry. By fostering an environment that promotes diversity, BSI Learning aims to contribute to the overall growth and effectiveness of the cybersecurity workforce.
If you are aspiring to enter the cybersecurity domain or looking to advance your skills in this dynamic field, BSI Learning invites you to explore the opportunities presented by their Women in Cyber Security program. Through this program, participants can access specialized training and support, ensuring a smoother transition into cybersecurity roles.
Enquire with us today to get started in the Certificate IV in Cyber Security – Network Security & Infrastructure Security Stream.
For those with prior experience in the realm of cloud computing, BSI Learning offers a specialized pathway through the Certificate IV in Cyber Security – Cloud Stream
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