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Former Sotera SVP Tina Kuhn Joins CyberCore as President & CEO

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Tina Kuhn, a former senior vice president at Sotera Defense and 33-year GovCon sector veteran, has joined cybersecurity services contractor CyberCore Technologies as president and CEO.

CyberCore said Wednesday Kuhn’s industry career includes leadership, executive management, operations management, business development and program management roles to support government, international and commercial customers.

Elkridge, Maryland-based CyberCore provides cyber supply chain risk management platforms and professional services for government and commercial customers.

“Tina will bring leadership and creativity to CyberCore along with a deep sense of commitment to both our government and commercial clients, ” said Kevin Powderly, CyberCore chairman and co-founder.

Kuhn led the cyber and data solutions division at Sotera after time in vice president roles at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) and Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC).

“She has served a wide variety of customers at executive and leadership levels, and has a breadth of perspective to move CyberCore forward, ” Powderly said.

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