Joonko started when Ilit Raz, who after 13 years as a woman in tech, decided to change the way people work. It is now a personal mission to move the needle for women and people of color. Guy and Elad (her co-founders) are both passionate about the issue and want to make the world a better place for their daughters.
Joonko offers a unique data-driven approach to ensure diversity in recruiting, empowerment, retention, and promotion. Joonko analyzes actions and events within an organization’s SaaS tools in real-time. Objective data is collected to ensure all employees get a fair shot at success. When necessary, Joonko engages executives, managers, and employees with insights and recommendations - so they can make real-time corrective actions.
At the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT), we believe in the power of the internet. Whether it's facilitating entrepreneurial endeavors, providing access to new markets and opportunities, or creating a platform for free speech, the internet empowers, emboldens and equalizes people around the world.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we work to preserve the user-controlled nature of the internet and champion freedom of expression. We support laws, corporate policies, and technology tools that protect the privacy of internet users, and advocate for stronger legal controls on government surveillance.
Headquartered in Washington, with an international presence in London and Brussels, CDT works inclusively across sectors and the political spectrum to find tangible solutions to today's most pressing internet policy challenges.
Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) has emerged as the standard Value at Risk (VaR) framework for cybersecurity and operational risk. The FAIR Institute is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to advancing the discipline of measuring and managing information risk.
It provides information risk, cybersecurity and business executives with the standards and best practices to help organizations measure, manage and report on information risk from the business perspective. The FAIR Institute and its community focus on innovation, education and sharing of best practices to advance FAIR and the information risk management profession.
With more than 2,000 members, 3,000 academic and training partners and tens of thousands of registered users spanning the entire information communications and technology (ICT) industry, CompTIA has become a leading voice for the technology ecosystem. We focus our initiatives on supporting the success of businesses across the full IT channel, from the largest vendors on one end to smaller businesses providing IT hardware, software and services on the other, as well as the ICT professionals that make our industry run. Simply stated, the industry’s innovation and growth depends on you and hundreds of thousands of others just like you. We’re here to help.
CompTIA has invested millions to develop a growing portfolio of resources in the areas of IT education, IT certification, IT advocacy and IT philanthropy to help you and your peers become more successful. We empower ICT companies and professionals worldwide with knowledge and resources to enhance their businesses and careers. After all, your success is our success.
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RiskLens is a software company that specializes in the quantification of cybersecurity risk. RiskLens is the only risk quantification software purpose-built on FAIR, the only international standard quantitative model for information security and operational risk.
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