To solve labour shortage woes in the Australian cyber sector, Tesserent has teamed up with Uniq You to encourage girls and expose them early to industries underrepresented by women. Tesserent and Uniq You are committed in the development of future women cyberleaders and will teach girls that a career in cybersecurity is possible.
Men and women both agree that women are underrepresented in the technology sector globally, but nearly a third of men mistakenly believe women just aren’t interested in technology jobs, according to a new global survey.
The Australian Taxation Office plans to use data matching to crack down on Australians trading in cryptocurrencies and not paying the correct amount of tax.
A new report says Australia is undervaluing curiosity, despite it being "a powerful trait that supports a fuller, more meaningful life".
A new study released by "employment marketplace" Seek for International Women’s Day shows that "over 65% of Australia’s workforce would like to see more women in leadership roles."
An increasing number of women joining the workforce in Australia has led to larger gains for women across overall employment, full-time employment and also part-time employment, according to a newly published study.
A worldwide study of both male and female CIOs shows that females are more risk-aware than their male counterparts and are more concerned about under-investment in risk initiatives than the men.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella may be transforming the company from a monolithic, old-school giant to an agile mobile-focussed beast but his views on women in tech might need some adjustment too after he told an audience of women they don't need to ask for a raise.
Apple and JB Hi-Fi have become the latest tech-related companies to release their workplace diversity reports, and both have admitted they're not doing well enough.
Twitter today joined other big tech companies in admitting it has a diversity problem, revealing it has been hiring too many white and Asian men at the expense of women, black and Latino workers.
Google wants to see more women in technology and is putting its money where its mouth is, announcing a $50 million initiative in a bid to close the technology gender divide and teach girls how to code.
Facebook has been used to determine the battle of the sexes, and the results, as usual, are inconclusive.
The battle of the sexes may have raged for centuries but is now over, at least when it comes to online networking.
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