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Jacqueline McNamara
Jacqui is the Head of Security Services @ Telstra, Chair of Females in IT and T (FITT) Australia, and passionate supporter of women in tech.
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 19
I’m fairly certain mansplaining is meant to be where you actually explain something.
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 15
Sorry - 280 and thanks for proving my point;-)
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 15
Seriously open your eyes my friend. There is/are SO much data/research/first person stories out there and expecting women to explain it to you on Twitter in 140 characters is kinda entitled.
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Lauren M. Seyler, Ph.D. Apr 13
I used to think that we needed to get more young girls interested in science but I see now that that was never the problem. We are here, we love science. The problem is creating an environment where we are supported, recognized, and rewarded for our work.
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 15
You know Twitter only lets you have 140 characters, right?
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Erica Apr 11
It is about gender because only 1% of our leaders are women and 11% across the cyber industry. If we go merit alone we will not make the change we need. You can’t be what you can’t see!
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 9
Replying to @CyberWytch
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 9
Women are using to explain to the world at large the epidemic size of the problem, which is damaging to workplace culture, makes companies less effective and delivers measurably lower outcomes on all metrics. Not for significance. Projection much Tony?
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Hillary Clinton Apr 4
Wishing , Former Aussie PM, the best for today’s launch of her new Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, based at King’s College London. will help create a world in which being a woman is not a barrier to becoming a leader.
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 4
So grateful to be invited to talk about diversity in our industry. Kinda my favourite topic and an amazing group of women besides. Thanks
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Jacqueline McNamara Apr 1
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Megan Cassella Apr 1
Nothing quite says happy Easter like news tonight that Beijing, as retaliation for steel and aluminum tariffs, will levy duties on $3 billion in U.S. exports beginning tomorrow:
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Jacqueline McNamara Mar 31
Replying to @herbcottageAU
Oh I wish I had known this was on!
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Ross Anderson Mar 31
This is right on the nail. Safety in the IoT world will require large-scale disclosure of data on accidents and security breaches so that all can learn from them
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Jacqueline McNamara Mar 30
Replying to @IanColdwater
Rest assured Gen Z - even today sometimes roomfuls of people in tech talking about the revolution in data science or cyber look like this...
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Jacqueline McNamara Mar 28
Replying to @jturner_ibrs
It’s not even in the clouds FFS. I feel cheated.
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The New York Times Mar 25
Stormy Daniels told "60 Minutes" that in 2011 a man threatened her if she spoke of her affair with Donald Trump. Here's what else she said.
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Craig Davies Mar 24
: RT : Want to know how to protect your information on ? Check out our advice here:
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James Turner Mar 21
sells things to people, & sell people to things
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The New York Times Mar 21
Since 1851, obituaries in The New York Times have been dominated by white men. Now, we're adding the stories of more women. We’ll be adding to this collection, as Overlooked becomes a regular feature in the obituaries section.
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