The Opportunities—and Obstacles—for Women in U.S. Intelligence
April 14, 2021
Working in cybersecurity within the United States intelligence community means navigating a warren of male-dominated fields. Inequalities persist, but three senior-level women at the National Security Agency and Cyber Command offer insights in an interview in Wired magazine into how those organizations have evolved—and the hard work that remains to be done.
NSA and Cyber Command agents are by necessity tight-lipped about the substance of their day-to-day work and specific accomplishments. But in talking about their experiences as women in majority-male fields they could be more candid, providing a rare window into their daily lives working on US intelligence analysis and international hacking operations.
Read the full article: The Opportunities—and Obstacles—for Women at NSA and Cyber Command (wired.com)
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