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“I love to speak at conferences, which is a good thing because I’m a cybersecurity law professor,” writes United States Naval Academy Assistant Prof. of Cybersecurity Jeff Kosseff, CIPP/US. “It didn’t take long after I joined the conference circuit to notice that men are far more likely than women to speak on panels. Some panels have no female participants,” he adds, noting: “The exclusion of women at privacy and cybersecurity conferences is especially troubling because we have an urgent workforce shortage.” In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Kosseff expounds on why the “manel” needs to come to an end and proposes some ways to make it happen. 
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