Achieving Diversity in Tech Is Mission Critical

A Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, California, June 18, 2014 (AP photo by Eric Risberg).
A Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, California, June 18, 2014 (AP photo by Eric Risberg).
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Speaking at a session I moderated last month at CyberUK, the British government’s flagship annual cybersecurity event, Anne Neuberger spoke about her extraordinary path, which led her from attending gender-segregated night classes to becoming U.S. President Joe Biden’s deputy national security adviser for cyber and emerging technology. “I grew up in a community where women are discouraged from going to college, as part of a focus and a belief that women’s roles are in the home,” said Neuberger, who was raised speaking Yiddish in a traditional Hasidic community in New York. “So to be true to the community and the […]

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