Leading global e-discovery education and certification provider the Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), a BARBRI professional association, is pleased to announce executive director Mary Mack, CEDS, CISSP, has been selected for inclusion in the new book “Women Know Cyber: 100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cybercrime,” now available on Amazon.
Women Know Cyber, published by Cybersecurity Ventures and co-authored by Steve Morgan and Di Freeze, features cybersecurity experts from across the globe, with varying backgrounds, who stand out both for protecting governments, businesses, and people from cybercrime and for their contributions to the community.
“It’s a singular honor to be included with these accomplished women,” said Mack. “No security conference needs to look further than this book to fill their panels with fabulous women, thanks to the work of Steve Morgan and Di Freeze.”
Women Know Cyber serves to dispel the myth that women are barely represented, or wanted, in the cybersecurity field.
“Mary Mack is an e-Discovery visionary and one of the top cyber fighters globally. Her blend of experience in legal, forensics, and cybersecurity, make her a go-to resource for the entire community,” said Steve Morgan, co-author of the book Women Know Cyber, and founder and editor-in-chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.
“I’m so inspired by these pioneering women and encouraged by their stories,” states Sylvia Acevedo in the book’s foreword. “Because of out-of-the-box thinkers, innovators, and leaders like them, the fight against cybercrime is entering a new era where women are confidently adding their voices to the mix — not just creating a path for themselves, but opening up opportunities for others forging ahead in their wake,” adds Acevedo, a well-known author, entrepreneur, engineer, and rocket scientist.