Healthcare Technology Executive On Getting More Women Involved In The Cybersecurity Field

August 10, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

Cybercrime Magazine talked with Angela Rivera, Executive Vice President of Operations for CynergisTek, a top-ranked cybersecurity and information management consulting firm with a primary focus on serving the healthcare industry.

Angela is a role model for women in cybersecurity and wants them to know cybersecurity is a space that has many diverse roles, and that one does not need to be a coder or hacker to succeed.

Let’s see what else this executive, healthcare IT expert, and mom has to say about careers for women in the cybersecurity space, and the unique threats to healthcare information systems. Click here to read the full article. 

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