Women’s careers in technology are accelerated through 50inTech.
Their cutting-edge employment platform connects the most skilled women in IT with the most welcoming employers.
The 50inTech Gender Score was established to assist European tech firms in assessing their gender-inclusion levels, allowing them to be more open and progress more quickly. They also provide free virtual bootcamps, networking, and mentorship to their European community of 15,000 women so that they may discover and prosper in their next career move.
Women in Cyber & Cloud
On April 27 and 28, 50inTech will host the inaugural edition of Women in Cyber & Cloud to close the gender gap.
With the growing number of enterprises shifting to the cloud, the number of cyberattacks is also expanding. More women in engineering, cloud, and cybersecurity are needed in the IT business. The organizers want to close the gender gap with the inaugural Women in Cyber & Cloud conference.
What is the scope of the problem?
By 2025, cybercrime is expected to cost more than $10.5 trillion, up from $3 trillion in 2015. At the same time, the Cybersecurity business faces a major worldwide manpower deficit, estimated at 3 million workers. And where have all the women gone? They make up 24% of the global cyber workforce, but only 11% in Europe and a meager 5% in France.
How can you get more women interested in cloud computing and cybersecurity?
They may be inspired, share resources, tips, and techniques, and begin or upskill their careers thanks to the women leaders who are pioneering innovation in Cybersecurity and Cloud. That is why the business 50inTech is launching a new virtual bootcamp called “Women in Cyber & Cloud” on April 27-28 to assist women break through the glass ceiling. 50intech.com/bootcamp is where you may sign up for free. We are gathering a range of foreign experts to provide their best actionable advise on career-building in these sectors because education in these fields might be restricted.
Two days of critical takeaways and concrete tips to help you advance your career.
Mia Landsem, presently a Pentester at Orange Cyberdefense, and Sonya Moisset, Github Star and OpenUK Ambassador, will recount their incredible stories in “How I became an ethical hacker” and “How I made the transition to Cyber and you can too” to explain how to make a career change. “From engineer to managing a team of 100” with Emilia-Andrea Nicolae, Technical Director Public Cloud at Orange, and “Demystifying myths in Cybersecurity” with Mani Keerthi Nagothu, Founder of Women in Cybersecurity Western Canada Affiliate and Sophina Kio-Lawson, Security Engineer and co-founder of SheSecures.
Women will also receive practical tips on how to prepare for a job interview from Catherine Ferrary Simon, Chief People Officer at Scaleway “How to tell your story to achieve your ideal job.”
With Dr. Nacira Salvan, Head of Information Systems Security at the French Development Agency and President of CEFCYS, this bootcamp will also provide a chance to discuss the “State of Women in Cloud, Cyber, and Engineering” and how to recruit more women.