VP and Chief Information Security Officer
Alicia Lynch is vice president and chief information security officer of SAIC.
Lynch joined SAIC in 2018, bringing over 30 years of experience with the Department of Defense, the defense contracting community, and the private sector. Her experience includes 15 years of experience as a senior information system security professional supporting the intelligence community, DOD, and the federal government in a multitude of IT security roles. She has extensive experience in implementing secure, mission-critical hardware and software systems for the IC.
Lynch retired as a colonel in the U.S. Army in 2012. She then held roles as deputy chief Information security officer of Accenture Federal Services; vice president of enterprise solutions at a cybersecurity startup; and director of governance, risk, and compliance at BAE Systems, managing diverse portfolios. She has led requirements development, mission solutions, and contract management, while contributing to strategic and revenue goals.
Lynch retired as a colonel in the U.S. Army in 2012. She holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and a CIO program certificate from the National Defense University College of Information and Cyberspace. She is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.
ALICIA LYNCH IN THE MEDIA:
- WashingtonExec: Top 10 CISOs to Watch in 2021
ALICIA LYNCH ON SOCIAL MEDIA:
- LinkedIn: Be on the Lookout: Impact of SolarWinds Orion Compromise on Cloud-Based Solutions
- LinkedIn: Be on the Lookout: Supernova, an Additional SolarWinds Orion Active Exploitation
- LinkedIn: Be on the Lookout: SolarWinds Orion Supply Chain Active Exploitation
- LinkedIn: Be on the Lookout: FireEye Red Team Tools Stolen in Nation-State Hack
- LinkedIn: Social Media Scams: Phishing on Instagram and Trojans on TikTok
- LinkedIn: Home Cybersecurity Advisory: Automatic Update for Select Amazon Devices
- LinkedIn: Scam Warning: Employees Contacted on LinkedIn by Fraudulent Users
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