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The Inaugural Cybersecurity Woman of the World Edition 2023

On August 31st, the Ardoe Castle will host the British Royal Marines Gala, where the most prestigious global award for women in cybersecurity will be presented amidst the castle's stunning ambiance.

Numerous notable guests, such as delegates from the Scottish Government, the British Royal Marines Charity, and globally recognized speakers from the Senior Leaders Cyber Summit Scotland, will grace this exceptional awards ceremony. Their attendance highlights the significance of this event in honoring the accomplishments of women in cybersecurity and advocating for diversity and inclusivity in the field.

The 2023 edition of Cybersecurity Woman of the World is regarded as the highest accolade for women in the cybersecurity realm, with nominees hailing from 160 women in cyber associations worldwide. Moreover, past recipients of the Cybersecurity Woman of the Year Awards (at Black Hat) will be included automatically in the selection process for this distinguished award.

The occasion guarantees an evening filled with grandeur, elegance, and jubilation, uniting the most distinguished personalities in the cybersecurity industry to commend the remarkable accomplishments of women in this domain. Participants can anticipate an opulent night of exquisite cuisine, entertainment, and revelry, all while networking, exchanging ideas, and sharing experiences with their peers.

Cybersecurity Woman of the Year Awards

"Cybersecurity Woman of the Year Awards have been recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of women in cybersecurity for the past 5 years. We are excited to add this new and prominent award to our already established awards program," said Carmen Marsh, founder of the Cybersecurity Woman of the Year Awards and the United Cybersecurity Alliance - a Cyber Security Tribe partner.

"We are thrilled to be partnering with the United Cybersecurity Alliance for this extraordinary event. At OSP Cyber Academy, we are dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in the cybersecurity industry, and this gala aligns perfectly with our values. We believe that recognizing the contributions of women in cybersecurity is crucial in creating a more equitable and innovative industry," said Irene Coyle, the COO of OSP Cyber Academy.