NGC Highlights Mobile Secure Communications in Modern Warfare at Australian Cyber Security Summit
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) is a leading industry participant in the Annual Cyber Security Summit in Canberra, exhibiting advanced cyber security solutions and secure communications. In addition, Phil Yialelogou, a senior design engineer for Northrop Grumman, delivered an industry presentation on the first day of the conference.
The Australian Defence magazine's Fourth Cyber Security Summit is being held June 19-20 2014, at the Hotel Realm Barton, Australia Capital Territory. This year's conference theme is "Combatting emerging and increasingly sophisticated cyber threats."
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In his presentation, Yialelogou addressed Northrop Grumman's leadership within the cyber domain, highlighting that cyber security continues to grow as a serious and pressing national security challenge for Australia. Yialelogou primarily addressed the challenges of highly mobile secure communications in modern warfare.
"The Cyber Security Summit gives us a unique opportunity to highlight our range of cyber protection solutions and secure communications capabilities and to engage with our customers in an environment that supports positive conversations about the company's current technological advancements," said Matthew Wilson, head, Northrop Grumman M5 Network Security.
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