Bringing More African Women into the Cybersecurity Space

Bringing More African Women into the Cybersecurity Space

Many industries within the technology sector are dominated by men, but one of the worst gender inequalities exists in cyber-security, where according to the World Bank, only 2 out of  every 10 professionals is a woman. This is despite the fact that almost half of the workforce is female. This is what makes our next guest such a rare find.

Mamela Luthuli is the CEO and founder of Take Note IT, a leading provider of Cyber Security and Early Warning Detection Systems in South Africa. She joins us now to tell us a bit about her journey in cyber security and to discuss what can be done to fill the 2 million vacancies in cyber security around the world.

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