Diversity and leadership keys to driving Verizon’s Global Application Security Organization forward.
These 4 female leaders are paving the way for women in cybersecurity.
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The global cybersecurity field requires a wide range of skill sets to address the ever-changing threat landscape, especially those looking to wrongfully prosper from the current COVID-19 pandemic. Led by a diverse team of leaders, Verizon’s Application Security organization meets the needs of the business, including navigation of diversity's new frontier – diversity of thought – in part by employing women in leadership roles.
Eric Muse, Global Leader for Verizon’s Application Security organization, knows the more diverse a leadership team, the broader the viewpoints and perspectives, and the more creative the problem-solving.
As a technology leader, I have a responsibility to identify diverse talent and ensure there are career pathways to enable success.
Eric Muse, Global Leader for Verizon Application Security
Innovating with the latest tools in Verizon’s cybersecurity toolkit, these four women in leadership roles have been able to motivate and partner with parts of our business to communicate and implement strategic cybersecurity initiatives. Furthermore, these talented cyber-technologists help move Verizon forward through diversity of thought and integrity. Check out their career journeys.