CEO Runs Her Cybersecurity Company From Sweet Home Chicago
February 1, 2020
February 1, 2020: Ning Wang has traveled a long road to become CEO of Offensive Security, a company offering highly specialized training in cybersecurity for clients ranging from the U.S. Army to Amazon.
Wang has succeeded in a world dominated by men. At Offensive Security, she is the only woman on a leadership team with eight men. In earlier work at McKinsey she was a new mother with a baby.
Seeing her daughter struggle with sexism in college, Wang decided to reach out to her own female employees – 35 percent of Offensive Security’s workforce are women – and ask them what she could do to support them better.
Wang is also a leader in creating a virtual company. Offensive Security has employees in more than 20 different countries. Most of Offensive Security’s executives work from home, as Wang does.
Read more: CEO Runs Her Cybersecurity Company From Sweet Home Chicago (forbes.com)
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