The Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) annual conference was set to take place in March 2020 in Denver, Colorado. It's a celebratory event that many women in the cyber industry and academia look forward to – a chance to collaborate, learn, network, and invigorate themselves as a sort of small-but-mighty force in the cyber realm. After all, women only make up about 20-25% of jobs in the cybersecurity workforce.
As with thousands of other events, COVID-19 shut down the WiCyS 2020 Conference to protect its attendees from spreading or contracting the deadly virus. But in a “pull . . .