Women4Cyber initiative, aiming at increasing of the involvement of women in the development of promotion of European cybersecurity, has kicked-offed in Brussels under the lead of Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society. The initiative was launched by the European Cyber Security Organisation (ESCO) last year.

Mariya Gabriel highlighted that the initiative is to involve women’s participation in the overall digital sector.

According to Commissioner Gabriel,

“Women have so much to bring to the table and their talents and expertise need to be recognised. Cybersecurity will become much more important in our digital future and we should make use of their potential. Women remain underrepresented in the cybersecurity field. This is why I welcome this initiative and wish it all success. It is important that this initiative delivers concrete outcomes for the inclusion and career advancement of women in the cybersecurity sector in Europe.”

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