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Advance: Women in Security Recap

June 8, 2022 Eagle Eye Networks

SP&T News and Canadian Security cover some of the most pressing issues facing the security industry, including the balance of skills required of its newest technicians and alarm installers in our most recent cover story.

Security contains a varied range of career opportunities, yet it continues to be an industry where women remain underrepresented.

On Wednesday May 31, 2022, SP&T News and Canadian Security brought together some of the most talented and accomplished women in security in a virtual event called “Advance: Women in Security” to learn from them what needs to change so that more women feel welcomed into security roles and empowered to achieve their goals in this field. The event was sponsored by GardaWorld and Winsted.

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