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Cybersecurity Workforce Study
This study is being conducted by the Women CyberSecurity Society (WCSS) which is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and resources to women in the cybersecurity industry. Our goal is to aid in the retention and recruitment of women in the cybersecurity workforce. In order to do that, we need research that records the issues, challenges, and barriers that discourages women from entering and sometimes remain in the industry.

This survey also examines demographic information as well as inherent bias, lack of diversity & inclusion, and lack of support.

All personally identifiable information (PII) will be anonymized with removed. No PII information will be shared with third parties.

The results of the survey will be posted on our public website, https://womencssociety.org in the coming months following collection and analysis of results.

If you wish to collaborate with us in this research, please email us at contact@womencssociety.org.

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Cybersecurity Workforce Definition
According to the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework, a person in the cybersecurity workforce is someone whose primary knowledge, skills, abilities and tasks place them in a position of responsibly to defend networks, systems, people and data. This study excludes Trainers, Educators and Technology Providers as their role is to assist the workforce by providing training, certifications, proper configuration and management material of their products. NIST SP 800-181, Section 1.3.2-1.3.4.
Do you work in the cybersecurity workforce? (Educators, Trainers, Technology Providers are NOT considered part of the workforce.) *
If unsure, refer to the above definition as defined by NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework select 'Other' option and comment below.
First Name
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Last Name
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City *
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Province *
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Country *
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Phone
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Gender Based Research
The question regarding gender is critical to our survey which examines responses to calculate demographic information including the percentage of women compared to men in the cybersecurity workforce.
To which gender identity do you most identify? *
How many years have you worked in cybersecurity? *
What is your age range? *
How old were you when you started working in cybersecurity? *
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