Lockheed Martin-Solutionary Alliance to Shield Cyber World
GAITHERSBURG, MD: With growing cyber crimes, Lockheed Martin finds an effective way of combating cyber breaches by integrating Solutionary to its alliance. Lockheed Martin harnesses the information of cyber breach and redirects the actions against the attacker on the other hand; Solutionary is NTT group Security Company in the Lockheed Martin cyber security alliance. The Solutionary service focuses on delivering managed security services, professional security services and global threat intelligence to protect traditional and virtual IT infrastructures, cloud environments and mobile data.
Reflecting on the growing technological advancements Angie Heise, Vice President, Lockheed Martin Commercial Cyber believes in standing unified and defending against cyberattacks and said, “We have been working with Solutionary to do just that. Solutionary’s managed security services provider capabilities complement our service offerings, providing customers an even higher level of security. Now, we can formally welcome them into the alliance and take that relationship a step further.”
Clients of both the heads, Lockheed Martin and Solutionary feel secured as the alliance bring an early threat detection and experiments along with pilot programs that enables improved, more efficient and tested services. The alliance leverages strength and capability to detect, deter and mitigate advanced attacks. Solutionary links in a chain of leading industry alliance partners including APC by Schneider Electric, CA, Cisco, Citrix, CyberPoint, Dell and many more. Rob Kraus, Director of Security Research and Strategy, Solutionary says, “Being a part of the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance allows Solutionary to not only broaden its current capabilities but to be part of an organization that aligns with the same ideology, one hundred percent focused on protecting our clients,”. The affiliation will help in sharing the best practices by providing a combined insight of the future cyber attacks.