It is interesting to me.
It is illuminating that nearly every female hacker I have looked up data on is generally disparaged for their work.
Every tiny mistake pointed out, in excruciating detail.
The next few entries in hackerhistory will showcase some of these women... without judgement.
And god forbid they be blessed with looks good or bad... then the discussion turns only to that.
This is a terrible thing.
I worked with only one woman in infosec. 20 years... one woman.
She worked twice as hard as the rest of us just to be taken seriously.
She was better than the rest of us... truth be told.
She's a CISO now.
She fought it head down to get there... she has always made me proud to be able to say I worked with her.
@TheGibson if you haven't read Programmed Inequality, it's worth a look:
I have not.
I have of course been aware of the sausage party that IT in particular is. It's obvious.
I will say that some companies are better than others.
But in Infosec in particular, there is a huge difference.
@thegibson This definitely resonates with my own experience.
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore. We are based in the U.S. and we abide by all laws of this nation. We take security and your privacy seriously. We do not use ads, nor sell your information. Your data is not mine to own. Hackers.town is protected by Carbon Black Response and CBDefense. We log any and all attempts to compromise the server.