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NSA Appoints New Cybersecurity Collaboration Center Chief

Kristina Walter,

Chief, Cybersecurity

Collaboration Center, NSA

NSA Appoints New Cybersecurity Collaboration Center Chief

The National Security Agency has named the new head of its Cybersecurity Collaboration Center.

On Thursday, the NSA announced that Kristina Walter will return to the CCC as its chief after her stint at the Future Ready Workforce initiative, where she oversaw efforts to ensure a positive and supportive work environment while contributing to the agency’s mission.

Walter brings more than 15 years of NSA experience to her new role. Before her stint at the agency’s work-life balance initiative, she was the CCC’s strategist and chief of defense industrial base cybersecurity, NSA .gov reported.

Morgan Adamski, former chief of the Cybersecurity Collaboration Center and a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker, said she is excited that a CCC veteran is leading the organization, as Walter can nurture the center’s industry partnerships.

Gen. Timothy Haugh, commander of the U.S. Cyber Command, director of the National Security Agency, chief of the Central Security Service and a Wash100 winner, said Walter’s accomplishment at the Future Ready Workforce effort shows her commitment to establishing an innovative workforce capable of advancing the CCC’s future-focused mission.

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