ISACA’s Jo Stewart Rattray talks gender imbalance, unconscious bias & cybersecurity

ISACA’s Jo Stewart Rattray talks gender imbalance, unconscious bias & cybersecurity

Gender imbalance, unconscious bias & cybersecurity

The hotel ballroom is humming with activity. Amidst the quiet fizz from diet cola bottles being popped open (it is a warm day in Munich) there is an undercurrent of excitement. It is ISACA’s Euro CACS. ISACA boasts more than 130,000 members from different streams within risk and cyber security. A look at the three-day agenda and the concurrent running workshops and talks suggests everyone is here to imbibe. And it is not just beer at the ‘Bavarian Fest’ at the end of Day 2.

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