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Women in Security

From left: Colonel Jennie Carignan, Commander Michelaine Lahaie, Staff Sergeant Kimberly O’Toole.

From left: Colonel Jennie Carignan, Commander Michelaine Lahaie, Staff Sergeant Kimberly O’Toole, during Event Women in Security & Peacekeeping

Ninety percent or more of the attendees at our security executive seminars are men.  And those women who attend our training are usually security executives working at the highest levels in their respective company or agency, or they play an active role in government or academia and are leaders in their field.  They come to security from law enforcement, a security or intelligence agency or in some cases from corporate operations, contracting or IT.

The topic of women in security came to mind during a market analysis of our client base demographics.  Why are women this industry, from security officer to CSO, so under-represented? Read article here