AWSN is connecting, supporting, collaborating and inspiring women in security across Australia and abroad. Whether you are a security professional with years of experience or a student interested in pursuing a career in security, there is something for you in this group.
BlackGirlsHack was created to share knowledge and resources to help black girls and women breakthrough barriers to careers in information security and cyber security. The vision for Black Girls Hack (BGH) is to provide resources, training, mentoring, and access to black girls and women and increase representation and diversity in the cyber security field and in the executive suites.
“Women’s Circle of Cybersecurity”
— CEFCYS is an organization of French women in the cybersecurity field. In addition, it welcomes men who wish to work to advance the presence and impact of women in the professions related to information systems security,
CybHER provides resources for women and girls, from middle school through college and into professional careers, with the goal of empowering, motivating, educating, and changing the perception of girls and women in cybersecurity. Its most notable project is GenCyber Girls in CybHER Security Camp — supported by the NSA and the largest girls-only residential camp in the country.
The Diana Initiative is a non-profit corporation that encourages diversity and supports women who want to pursue a career in information security. The initiative also provides scholarships to three students for its annual conference.
The next conference focused on Women, Diversity, and Inclusion in Information Security: August 4-5, 2021 in Las Vegas, NV.
Empow(H)er Cybersecurity is a nonprofit organization focused on providing a safe space for women of color interested in or currently working in the field of cybersecurity.
The goal of Empow(H)er Cybersecurity is to provide a platform for all women of color to grow their networks, be inspired, and feel empowered.
Read the stories of epic women in cyber and be inspired to join the movement.
Infosecgirls is a community for women passionate about information security. We want to inspire curiosity among women in technology about the realities of information security.
ICMCP provides scholarships, mentor programs, workforce development and cyber career/internship opportunities that allow for consistent representation of women and minorities in cybersecurity. And it’s free for students to join.
Ladies Hacking Society is a Not for Profit dedicated to promoting technical women in cybersecurity.
SHe CISO Exec.™ is a sustainable global training and mentoring platform in information security and leadership. They aim to train and empower a new generation of emotionally intelligent leaders in the cybersecurity talent pool.
She Secures is an online and offline community for women professionals and enthusiasts in cybersecurity. The organization’s overall aim is to actively grow their community of young African women to bridge the gender gap in cybersecurity, providing them a vibrant platform to learn, bond and thrive.
Women4Cyber is a non-profit European private foundation with the objective to promote, encourage and support the participation of women in the field of cybersecurity.
The Women4Cyber Registry was created to identify and build the community of women professionals in the field of cybersecurity.
WOMCY is the first membership organization in Latin America formed by cybersecurity professionals that aims to increase the presence of women in cybersecurity in all Latin American organizations. It promotes networking, mentoring, and special programs to spread awareness about the field of cybersecurity.
Women Breaking Barriers: Career Advice from Leading Women in Business, Technology, and Beyond.
Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) is the premier organization with international reach dedicated to bringing together women in cybersecurity from academia, research and industry to share knowledge, experience, networking and mentoring.
WiCyS is a non-profit organization offering many membership, sponsorship and collaboration benefits.
Women in Cyber Security Middle East was formed to promote and increase women’s participation in the field of cybersecurity and build a strong, dependable, and increasing network of passionate female cybersecurity professionals in the Middle East and African countries.
Incorporated in 1985 and an affiliate of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), WID cultivates and supports the advancement and recognition of women in all aspects of national security — including cybersecurity. The WID Annual National Conference features keynote speakers from NASA, NSA, DHS, CyberCom and StratCom.
WISP promotes the development, advancement, and inclusion of women in the cybersecurity field. WISP’s calendar is an excellent resource providing a list of their own innovative events alongside other women in cyber events, and various security and hacker conferences in the U.S.
WIT aims to advance the education and professional opportunities for girls and women in the information security and technology space by focusing on careers, education, networking, and communicating with experts.
Women Leading Privacy is a space for women cybersecurity professional to give and get career support, to help advance women in the field, and to expand their personal and professional networks.
WSC is a non-profit for women in cyber. Cyberjutsu sounds like a martial art — and Jiggets is a 10th-degree black belt with credentials that include MBA, CISSP, ECSA, C|EH, SCNP, MCSE, CCNA, SCSA, Network+, and A+. Her organization provides training, networking, mentorship, and a job board.