WHAT is Women in Security Magazine?
Women in Security Magazine is a bi-monthly global publication. The six issues per year will be released in February, April, June, August, October and December.
In each Women in Security Magazine edition we will explore different journeys of women in security, gain career perspectives from industry experts, read about different technology perspectives, hear from industry greats on diversity and inclusion, and so much more!
WHO are Women in Security Magazine?
Women in Security Magazine is part of the Source2Create portfolio, trusted partners to AWSN for the Women in Security Awards, and content media and marketing specialists.
Women in Security Magazine is officially the first of its kind globally.
Women in Security Magazine delivers content that engages this valuable audience around a diverse range of issues, including innovation, diversity policies and strategy plays, trends, recruitment and training, leadership, advancement and other issues.
Women in Security Magazine will be delivering content from women in security from all around the world.
Women in Security Magazine will be distributed to our subscribers, the Australian Women in Security Network members, and out to global Women in Security/Cyber groups and members.
AWSN is the proud partner of Women in Security Magazine.
This publication is one small step forward in the ongoing effort to provide a solid platform for women in the security industry.
This publication gives the industry a platform to recognise the work of all those amazing women – not only to recognise their achievements, but to motivate the next generation of students to ignore their school’s bias and give security a try.
I hope you’ll continue to join us on this journey to hear these stories, share your thoughts, and help make that little bit of difference in your own way. It’s only together that we can balance the playing field – and help the security industry benefit from the amazing talents of some of Australia’s most capable, inspiring women.
To access the content within Women in Security Magazine you will need to be a subscriber.