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SAIC Awards Cybersecurity Scholarships to 10 Military Vets; Alicia Lynch Quoted

Jeff Brody
Alicia Lynch

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 17, 2019 — Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has chosen 10 military veterans to receive CyberWarrior cybersecurity scholarships from the company, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

SAIC, together with the (ISC)2 nonprofit organization’s Center for Cyber Safety and Education, aims to prepare  former service members for technical careers via the CyberWarrior program, the company said Monday.

The program offers textbooks, exam vouchers and trainings intended to help scholars obtain (ISC)2 certification.

“Congratulations to this year’s recipients of the SAIC CyberWarrior Scholarship. This program strongly supports veterans with the difficult transition to civilian life by helping them to improve their already strong qualifications and assisting them in obtaining industry-recognized certifications,” said Alicia Lynch, chief information security officer of SAIC.

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