Vienna, VA-November 19, 2020 – ISSA, the premier non-profit cybersecurity professional association, and ISSAEF, the education foundation announced the 2020 recipient of the Eugene Schultz Training Scholarship their 2020 ISSA Awards Virtual Gala. SANS organization has proudly sponsored this yearly scholarship for ISSA members. Eugene M. Schultz was a professor of computer science, retiring from the University of California at Berkeley, an instructor for SANS and ISACA, and editor-in-chief of Computers and Security. He consulted for U.S. and foreign governments and industries and was Chief Technical Officer for several firms. He was a long-time ISSA member/supporter.
The recipient, Amy Landry from the ISSA DC/Metro chapter said, “I am honored to receive this scholarship to further pursue my education and commitment to the cybersecurity profession.”
Patricia Gilmore, CISSP-ISSMP, President of the ISSAEF stated, “we are proud to work with SANS to provide this scholarship to one of our current ISSA members, which honors Eugene Schultz, winner of every honor ever bestowed on an ISSA member, and his lifetime dedication to developing cyber professionals.”
“SANS is thrilled to work with ISSA/ISSAEF to provide the recipient of this scholarship with a training experience of their choice to further professional education in the cybersecurity industry,” said Shelley Wark-Martyn from the SANS organization.