July 12, 2020

Cyber-Security

Non-profit encourages more women to enter cyber-security fields

Amy Martinez | 6/25/2020

Leticia Gammill, who oversees Cisco’s security- channel sales in Latin America and Canada from Fort Lauderdale, created a non-profit called LATAM Women in Cybersecurity to encourage more women in Florida and Latin America to enter the field. “Quite frequently, I am the only woman in business meetings discussing cyber-security,” she says.” Gammill spoke to FLORIDA TREND about working in cyber-security.

 

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