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First female uni student cyber ambassador announced

Emma Seaman from the University of Western Sydney celebrates NSW cyber ambassador role

Western Sydney University student, Emma Seaman, has become the first female university cyber ambassador for the NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node — a nationally connected hub for cyber capability and innovation.

Emma, who is in her third year of the Bachelor of Cyber Security and Behaviour, will join a group of experts including academics and professionals in the Cyber Ambassador Program to mentor and inspire young people.

“I’m excited to be involved in a state-wide innovation that is bridging the skills gap in the industry and I’m looking forward to showing that women can play a significant role,” said Emma.

The 20-year-old Parramatta resident will encourage and promote study within STEM and cyber security by engaging with Western Sydney schools to share her experience and build awareness for career opportunities.  

Read the WSU press release here.

 

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