The IEEE’s Lan Wang shares her unique perspective of the challenges female engineers face, including her past experience in the ICT sector in China.
2018 heralded the beginnings of two new national Computer Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) in the region and growing interest from others.
Guest Post: It has always been a challenge to not only encourage women in the Pacific to pursue a career in the industry but also support their advancement to senior positions.
Guest Post: Today we are delighted and proud to announce the official launch of the ‘APAC-ICT-Women’ mailing list, dedicated to women working in the Asia Pacific region’s ICT industry.
One woman’s offer to shout free coffee leads to the launch of Tonga’s first Women in ICT meeting.
Guest Post: First TechGIRLS session at TWIGF discusses ways to encourage more women to choose a career in the ICT industry in Taiwan.
Raja Azrina reflects on her 20 plus years working in the ICT/Network Security industry in Malaysia and discusses the potential for more females to choose careers in cybersecurity.
Guest Post: Read why women who graduate with degrees in engineering, computer science and ICT in Mongolia are less likely to be employed in tech jobs than men.
Guest Post: How can a bird fly when one of its wings is paralyzed?
Rashmi Joshi and Astha Ghimire share their experience as network and wireless engineers in Nepal, professions which they believe have lots to offer women in the country.