Everywoman announces date for third annual forum

10 January 2017

The organisers promise to bring together more than 600 of the brightest business leaders in technology.

The organisers promise to bring together more than 600 of the brightest business leaders in technology.

This year’s Everywoman Forum will take place on 9 February at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

Now in it’s third year, the annual event is billed as the UK’s largest technology forum for women.

According to the organisers, it will gather more than 600 of “the brightest business leaders in technology and some of the finest motivators and professionals in female development”.

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Closing the gender gap in cyber security

11 October 2016

CREST president Ian Glover said CREST’s workshop addressed areas that were considered vital when addressing diversity such as education and industry perception, amongst others.

Ian Glover said CREST’s workshop addressed areas that were considered vital when addressing diversity such as education and industry perception, amongst others.

CREST, the not-for-profit accreditation and certification body representing the infosec industry, is calling for more women to become cyber security professionals. 

“Increasing the number of women in cyber security is not simply for diversity’s sake, but for the sake of the industry,” said CREST president Ian Glover.

The organisation has recently released a report outlining the conclusions from its 2016 Diversity Workshop. Citing data from ISC2 ’s latest Global Information Security Workforce Study, the report said that women in the infosec profession represent 10 per cent of the global workforce. 

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IT remains in first place in demand for permanent staff

12 January 2016

Permanent and temporary IT workers were in high demand during December with growth rates accelerating in both cases, according to the latest Report on Jobs published earlier this month.

The Report on Jobs is a monthly publication produced by Markit and sponsored by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG. 

It features a Job Vacancies Index that monitors the overall demand for staff at recruitment consultancies. The consultancies are asked to compare the demand for staff according to sector with the situation one month ago. 

December data signalled a broad-based rise in demand for permanent staff, with the strongest growth signalled for IT and computing workers. SOURCE: MARKIT

December data signalled a broad-based rise in demand for permanent staff, with the strongest growth signalled for IT and computing workers.

SOURCE: MARKIT

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CCL undertakes major recruitment campaign

06 January 2016

The new jobs will be based in CCL’s new London office as well as its new training academy and HQ building that was opened in Stratford Upon Avon last year.

The new jobs will be based at CCL’s new training academy and HQ building that was opened in Stratford Upon Avon last year (pictured) as well in London.

CCL Solutions Group has launched a major recruitment campaign to meet increased demand for digital data investigation services, e-disclosure services, and cyber security consultancy. 

The Warwickshire-based firm – the parent company of CCL Forensics which is claimed to be the UK’s largest digital forensics provider – aims to extend its headcount by around 20 per cent to more than 150 staff. 

The new jobs will be based at the company’s headquarters in Stratford upon Avon as well as its new central London office. CCL says they will span the full range of technical capabilities within the organisation.

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