US Military Boosts Network Security With New Contracts

Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 10/20/2009
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Lockheed Martin has recently been charged with improving network security for the US military as part of a major focus on preventing cyber attacks from Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awarded the $31 million contract to the technology firm, which will work to protect the confidentiality,

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