FLEMINGTON, N.J., June 9, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — On Thursday, June 17th, cybersecurity executive leaders will meet virtually through Zoom for the Executive Women’s Forum’s Fourth Annual Cybersecurity Women on Capitol Hill Public/Private Virtual Symposium. The Symposium brings our members and congressional leaders and their staff together to better engage in our shared mission to improve the cybersecurity ecosystem and strengthen public-private relationships. For three years we have brought women executives in cybersecurity, risk, and privacy to the Hill to meet in person, and this year we will be gathering 1,000 women leaders in these fields to virtually attend our Symposium.
Engaging over 15,000 women, the EWF is the largest member organization for women in Cybersecurity, IT Risk, and Privacy professionals.
“Cybersecurity is a non-partisan issue that concerns all of us, government, industry, national defense and private citizens alike,” says Joyce Brocaglia, Founder and CEO. “Cybersecurity is more important now than ever before. The EWF is proud to connect and engage our members who are cybersecurity, risk and privacy leaders, with our government to provide them with both expert resources and diversity of thought.”
During this year’s symposium, attendees will hear from the U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen, U.S. Representative Brian Fitzpatrick of