“Hacking gender barriers:
Europe’s top cyber women”
The Women4Cyber Foundation has released a book to highlight many of the amazing women role models that are active in the field of cybersecurity in Europe
It is no secret that the cybersecurity industry lacks female representation at all levels. In Europe, women make up just 11% of the industry. That is why one of our objectives is to create awareness and promote visible role models.
The book “Hacking gender barriers: Europe’s top cyber women” highlights over 100 women working in the field of cybersecurity in Europe. Its goal is to shed light on the different professional roles in cybersecurity and inspire young women by showcasing female role models active in the cybersecurity field.
Here’s how you can get your copy:
Pick up your copy at our office in Brussels – 15€
Shipping to an address in Belgium – 20€– Standard shipping included in price – Track & Trace
Shipping to France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands – 25€– Standard shipping included in price – Track & Trace
Shipping everywhere else – 35€– Standard shipping included in price – Track & Trace
Shipping everywhere else – 25€
– Economic shipping included in price – No Track & Trace
Check out our latest masterclasses and their recordings:
Our masterclasses touch on a variety of topics and highlight the different areas of cybersecurity. Through our role models we also see the many paths and careers one can have within the cybersecurity field.
5G and Cybersecurity: how it will impact society On 29 October, we held a W4C Masterclass with Lise Fuhr, ETNO Director-General and Women4Cyber Council Member, in which she talked about 5G and cybersecurity. She explained the difference between 4G and 5G and used some...
On 11 June, Despina Spanou, Head of Cabinet for the Vice-President for the European Commission overseeing the European Union’s policies on security, migration and asylum, and previously Director for Cybersecurity in DG CONNECT, gave a masterclass in which she...
On May 21st, Līga Raita Rozentāle, Senior Director of European Governmental Affairs at Microsoft and member of the Women4Cyber Council, gave a masterclass on multi-stakeholderism and cybersecurity in which she talked about the added value of public and private...
W4C 7th Masterclass with Valeria Faure Muntian on the correlation between cyber professions and market economy
On Friday 7 May, Valeria Faure Muntian, French deputy since 2017 and member of the Women4Cyber Council, gave a masterclass on the correlation between cyber professions and market economy. Valeria talked about the dangers of information manipulation, explaining how...
W4C 6th Masterclass with Domitilla Benigni on Strategic Autonomy and Technological Sovereignty in Cyber Security
On 16 April 2021, Domitilla Benigni, CEO and COO of Elettronica, President of Cy4Gate and member of the W4C Council, gave a masterclass in our monthly W4C Masterclass with a Role Model Series. During our 6th Masterclass, Domitilla talked about the role of strategic...