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Nominate a woman in cybersecurity for these awards

The Women's Society of Cyberjutsu is looking for awesome women in cybersecurity. All nominations must be in by July 3.

SmartLogic President Yair Flicker, Digital Harbor Foundation Executive Director Andrew Coy, Betamore CEO Mike Brenner and Emerging Technology Centers President Deb Tillett. (Photo courtesy of Yair Flicker)

Know an awesome woman working in cybersecurity? The D.C.-based nonprofit Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu (WSC) wants to hear about her.


WSC is now accepting nominations for its third annual awards dinner honoring awesome women working in the cybersecurity field. WSC aims to help and highlight women working in cyber, and these awards are an extension of that mission. According to the website, “these awards were created to raise awareness and exposure of the outstanding work being done by women in the cybersecurity industry.”
There are seven award categories including “cyber educator” and “cyber rising star,” and though WSC is a membership organization, most awards do not require that the nominee be a member.
Nominations are being accepted through July 3, so go nominate a woman you think deserves to be recognized. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony Aug. 12.

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