Boeing to Sponsor AFA’s Cyber Education Program

Boeing has been named a diamond-level sponsor for a cyber education program managed by the Air Force Association.

AFA said Friday Boeing will help expand the CyberPatriot program’s efforts to promote cyber, science, technology, engineering and math education across U.S.

The program works to facilitate the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition for high school and middle school students, AFA CyberCamps and an elementary school cyber education initiative.

Boeing joins other CyberPatriots sponsors including AT&T, Cisco, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman‘s philanthropic arm and Symantec.

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