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Tag: Diversity

Diversity of Thoughts in the Workplace: Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?

In my most recent blog post I discussed Digital Shadows (now ReliaQuest)’ Women’s Network and how it is helping us shape wider conversations on diversity and inclusion. In this blog, I want to unpack-diversity of thought and how businesses benefit from a diverse talent pool. In 2013, Deloitte released a new research report on Diversity […]

Diversity and Digital Shadows (now ReliaQuest) Women’s Network

If you haven’t already watched RBG – a movie about the incredible life of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – you should. Amongst the brilliant quotes Ginsburg brings us, one sticks out: “I ask no favor for my sex, all I ask of our brethren is that they take their feet off our […]

Women in Security: Where We Are And Where We Need To Go

Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, Katherine Johnson, Radia Perlman—some of history’s greatest technical minds have been women. However, since the mid-1980s, there has been a devastating decline in the number of female computer science and engineering graduates. This is even more clearly reflected in the modern workforce—especially within Information Security.   Source: Pixabay While women make up nearly […]

All Sources Are Not the Same; Why Diversity Is Good for Intelligence

As we all know, if you listen to just one side of the story, very often you don’t get the full picture. As any parent will know, you sometimes get truths, half-truths and sometimes even outright lies. A discerning guardian, however, will be able to piece all these disparate bits of information together, work out […]

Building an Intelligence Capability: Agility, Creativity and Diversity

The Internet is a big old place, full of disparate – and often contradictory – data in various languages, formats and structures. The sheer volume, variance, velocity and veracity of this data poses challenges for organizations: amid all of this noise, how do you pick out the information that means something to you and your organization? […]