Chiron Technology Gets $60M DoD Contract for Cybersecurity Training

Jeff Brody

Chiron Technology Services has secured a five-year, $60M contract to help the Department of Defense train cybersecurity and information assurance personnel.

The company said Wednesday it will work to develop and maintain cybersecurity skills of DoD personnel in both military and civilian workforces.

David Pappas, president and founder of Chiron, said the award represents the company’s commitment to helping customers deliver cybersecurity training.

Chiron offers training and engineering services to address cybersecurity challenges in both government and commercial sectors.

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