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  1. Keys to Building A World-Class Cybersecurity Workforce

    ... need to ensure that the search for talent not only allows women and other underrepresented groups to participate, but that the tools are ...

  2. Chairwoman's Commentary: 2020 Visions

    ... 32,000 people. Among these members is a greater number of women and minorities, and this stems directly from outreach by the association. The result has been increased representation of women and minorities among boards and committees. The Women in AFCEA group in ...

  3. Incoming: As We Pivot Into the Future

    ... the Defense Department—it is imperative that the men and women of our military community thrive in environments characterized by ...

  4. In Cooperation on Cyber, the Children Must Lead

    ... and academia explore cybersecurity solutions during a Women in AFCEA panel. Credit: Bob Goodwin Photography ... held November 19-21 in Honolulu. The panel, sponsored by Women in AFCEA and featuring five women from government, industry and academia, ...

  5. U.S. Space Command Gears Up To Operate

    ... I couldn’t be more honored to lead the talented men and women in all the branches in the U.S. military in the Space Force as we further ...

  6. Intelligence Technology Is a Double-Edged Sword

    ... were preferable and overwhelmingly rejected resumes from women. Elements of women’s resumes that did not appear on men’s were flagged as undesirable ...

  7. New Networks Embolden Adversaries, Add to Cyber Challenges

    ...  The AFCEA Women’s program convened a panel of cyber experts that included (r-l) ... behavior and external sources as well. A panel of five women, all whom have excelled in cyber-related careers, took on some of ...

  8. Army Adding Information Dominance to Campaign Plan

    ... : It is the quality, training and leadership of the men and women at the tip of the spear--whether with bayonets or 1s and 0s--that will ...

  9. AI Offers Intelligence Pitfalls as Well as Advantages

    ... were preferable and overwhelmingly rejected resumes from women. Elements of women’s resumes that did not appear on men’s were flagged as undesirable ...

  10. Congress Raises Privacy and Civil Liberty Concerns with the DHS’ Use of Biometrics

    ... that facial recognition systems may not be as accurate for women and darker-skinned people. “Absent standards, Americans may not know ...

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