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Hanscom civilian honored at the White House

A representative from the office of the White House National Cyber Director, left, presents Jakob Kreuze, a PALACE Acquire computer scientist in the Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Directorate's Special Programs Division, with a first place award for the offense track of the 2021 President's Cup Cybersecurity Competition during a ceremony at the White House, July 15. According to CISA.gov, the contest is designed to "identify, recognize, and reward the best cyber talent across the federal workforce." (Courtesy image)

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Hanscom civilian honored at the White House
A representative from the office of the White House National Cyber Director, left, presents Jakob Kreuze, a PALACE Acquire computer scientist in the Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Directorate's Special Programs Division, with a first place award for the offense track of the 2021 President's Cup Cybersecurity Competition during a ceremony at the White House, July 15. According to CISA.gov, the contest is designed to "identify, recognize, and reward the best cyber talent across the federal workforce." (Courtesy image)

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Photo by: Jessica Casserly |  VIRIN: 220715-F-SF323-1001.JPG