The KPMG Women in Cyber community is a global initiative aimed at promoting gender diversity within and beyond the organization. The goal is to inspire more women to pursue careers in cybersecurity and provide them with ongoing support and opportunities for advancement. Whether they’re still in school, starting their careers or aspiring to top leadership positions, the community is committed to advocating for women's progress and empowering them in this field.
The community is led by a dedicated team of individuals who work together to support women pursuing careers in cybersecurity. It offers various resources, including mentorship, networking opportunities, targeted training and chances to serve as non-executive board members, even at a junior level. The community aims to bring out the best in the team members and provide opportunities for women who might not have previously considered a career in the field. KPMG professionals believe that embracing diverse perspectives is the key to success. The focus on diversity and gender balance can help us address complex client issues, deliver quality results and build trust.
The Women in Cyber Community
Providing an inclusive and welcoming community to all – from new hires to senior members and allies.
Establishing a safe space for asking difficult questions while fostering an encouraging and supportive environment to help you boldly accept new challenges.
Coaching and mentorship
Helping to pave a path for your unique version of success and offering coaching, mentorship and friendship to help open doors.
Creating a community where you are celebrated for your individual skills, background and point of view and feel valued and appreciated.
KPMG professionals truly believe diversity and inclusion is the road to a more robust approach to cybersecurity. The Women in Cyber community is committed to providing women with opportunities to perform, influence and make an impact by fostering a diverse and inclusive culture.
Global Cyber Steering Committee
Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility and KPMG International’s cybersecurity practice must be inclusive and reflect communities, clients and stakeholders. The KPMG Women in Cyber community works to help attract, promote and retain talented women in cybersecurity through increased belonging, collaboration and knowledge sharing at KPMG firms and beyond.
Matthew O'Keefe and Wilhelm Dolle
Global Cyber Steering Committee Sponsors