According to a 2019 report, only 24% of cybersecurity professionals are women. Though a growing rate, it’s easy for a female cybersecurity professional to believe there’s very few women similarly positioned. When looking for a legal resource to discuss strategies to combat cyber threats, finding a female cybersecurity lawyer seems even more unlikely. However, two Alston & Bird partners hope to change that.

On Wednesday, Amy Mushahwar and Kim Peretti launched Women In Cyber, a network to introduce female in-house and private practice lawyers to cybersecurity female professionals to discuss cybersecurity’s enterprise risks. 

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