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Women in Cybersecurity: Forms of Gender Discrimination Faced

January 10, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Leadership Skills

Half of women (51%) in the cybersecurity workforce say they have experienced some form of discrimination, compared to 15% of men. The most common type is unconscious discrimination (or subtle, ingrained biases against women). Overall, 87 percent of women said they have experienced this type of discrimination in the workplace, while 53 percent said they have experienced an unexplained denial or delay in career advancement.


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