New Career Comeback Program Launched for Malaysian Women in Cyber Security
June 26, 2019
June 26, 2019: A new program has been launched in Malaysia to support women in cyber security in returning to work, as shared on Ministry of Communications and Multimedia via Bernama.
Known as ‘Empowering Women in Cyber Risk Management’, the program is a career comeback initiative that aims to overcome the talent gap faced by the cyber security industry.
It is offered by the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) in collaboration with the Women, Family and Community Development Ministry, Human Resources Ministry, and Communications and Multimedia Ministry. A variety of support will be available for the program’s participants, including benefits such as a mentor guide, monthly allowance, training, and more.
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