US Military Boosts Network Security With New Contracts

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, integrity and security of military systems. Preventing Attacks to Network Security Lockheed Martin will develop new cyber assurance procedures to imp...
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