Christina Van Houten expands on the issues and roadblocks women face to get into the cybersecurity industry, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has increased these issues, in this clip from the Cyber Work Podcast.
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Christina Van Houten is a veteran of the enterprise technology industry, having spent two decades with some of the world’s largest firms, including Oracle, IBM and Infor Global Solutions as well as Netezza and ProfitLogic, the entrepreneurial companies that were acquired by them. Currently, Christina is chief strategy officer for Mimecast, a global leader in cybersecurity, where she leads product management, market strategy, corporate development, and M&A. She also serves on the board of directors for TechTarget and has been involved as an advisory board member of several emerging technology firms. In 2017, Christina launched Women@Work, a resource platform dedicated to the economic advancement and self-reliance of women and girls around the world.
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