Bechtel to strengthen U.S. cybersecurity

Bechtel announced a program with two U.S. national security laboratories to fund multiyear positions for early-career professionals in critical cybersecurity fields. The joint effort will recruit and cultivate cybersecurity experts who can strengthen networks by applying experience from national security environments and from industry.


Bechtel will collaborate on the program with Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories to better protect America’s cyber assets. Bechtel comanages Los Alamos and Livermore with the University of California and other partners.

Under the program, new recruits will join each of the three organizations and spend time at the other two.

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