Career opportunities in cyber security represent one of the fastest growing areas for professionals. The opportunities are great considering a 2016 Forbes article which reported that internationally there were over one million cyber security jobs in 2016, rising to 6 million globally. By 2019, we will witness a short fall of 1.5 million workers. Recent reports, however, show that women comprise only 11% of the global information security workforce. This is an unsatisfactory and unstainable model. Cyber security is not merely a technical, but a societal and business challenge that requires a diverse set of disciplines and skill sets that includes core areas such as computer science but also backgrounds in the humanities, business, law, and political science. The Energypact Foundation, in its mission to build awareness and promote cyber security, is conducting a one day seminar focused on information sharing, networking and mentoring for women professionals seeking opportunities in cyber security.