Male allies at DXC Technology support Women in Defence event

Male allies at DXC Technology support Women in Defence event

 April 11, 2023

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At DXC Technology, male allies support women's equality both within the workplace and the wider industry.

DXC Technology Senior Executive, Professor Neil Curtis, presented at the Women In Defence Technology (WIDT) Conference about equity, diversity and inclusion within the military, and the power of resilience as a veteran or a veteran spouse.

Supporting careers of women in defense technology 

DXC Technology women in defence conference

The WIDT Conference explored the unique career and life challenges faced by women in the defence technology industry. A day of learning, networking, and professional development, the conference hosted an excellent line-up of inspiring guest speakers with extensive industry experience.

Attendees learned about career opportunities, connected with like-minded individuals, invested in their professional growth, and networked with companies committed to diversity and innovation, such as DXC Technology.

A highly-regarded cybersecurity thought leader

Professor Neil Curtis is a Senior Cybersecurity & Business Development Executive with DXC Technology’s cybersecurity business. Professor Curtis is also the Head of the DXC Military Veterans Program and the Business Executive Sponsor for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for the Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) and Fiji region.

A Professor of Cybersecurity at the University of Southern Queensland, Professor Curtis is currently ranked second globally as a cybersecurity thought leader, and academic and association leader with IFSEC International.

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