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Shamane Tan | Sekuro

Women Loves Tech: Shamane Tan – Promoting diverse gender leadership in Australia

Shamane Tan, Chief Growth Officer of Sekuro, shared her thoughts on how the diversity of gender leadership can better support gender equality in STEM.

With her mentoring experience with women in the cybersecurity industry, she mentioned that the feeling of ïmposter syndrome is a significant challenge that women of any age have to overcome.

Check out this article where Shamane and other female leaders share their thoughts on promoting diverse gender leadership in Australia.

Prashant Haldankar

CRN: Prashant Haldankar – More Proactive Approach to Cyber Security

Prashant Haldankar, chief information officer and co-founder of Sekuro, a cybersecurity and digital transformation consultancy firm, agreed with Burgess’s comment that many businesses could be investing more in security instead of treating it as an ‘afterthought’.

“Budgets, timelines and expenditure are still some of the aspects that organisations struggle with prioritising when it comes to cyber security activities and implementation.”

Rob McAdam | Sekuro

Technology Decisions: Rob McAdam – Addressing the tech skills shortage in Australia

Rob McAdam, addresses the tech skills shortage in Australia. “Talent accelerator programs, like our ‘Hackcelerator’ graduate program, should aim to assist in enabling the next-generation of skilled individuals to attend and lead security conferences, get access to reputable training and to engage with ‘real world’ practical examples whilst simultaneously learning from industry experts.”

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