Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] announced the addition of Radware, a global leader of application delivery and security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, to the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance.
“Prior to joining the Alliance roster, we worked with Radware to share best practices and develop ways to address growing cyber threats,” said Jeff Laskowski, manager of the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance. “The addition of Radware could not have come at a better time, as we continue to expand our global footprint and position the Alliance as an advocate for information sharing and collaboration.”
Formed to create an environment where leading technology providers can collaborate, combine strengths and share best practices, the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance identifies and implements solutions that help provide early threat detection and protection to solve customers’ growing cybersecurity needs and meet future challenges. The Alliance members engage in customer-focused scenarios, experiments and pilot programs that enable them to provide improved, more efficient and tested services.
As a top application delivery and security solutions provider, Radware protects banking, critical infrastructure, e-Commerce and mobile environments around the world. Using onsite detection and mitigation equipment and cloud-based protection, the Radware Attack Mitigation Solution provides the most comprehensive security against external and insider-based threats.
“Cyberattacks will grow in complexity, scale and impact as adversaries exploit cyber vulnerabilities for every advantage,” says Howard Teicher, vice president of public sector for Radware. “Radware’s Attack Mitigation Solution automatically defends networks and applications against unknown and known threats. When integrated with the technology of the Alliance members, we can significantly enhance the depth of cyber defense that Lockheed Martin can offer to protect IT infrastructure.”
Radware joins a host of industry leading alliance partners, including: APC by Schneider Electric, CA, Cisco, Citrix, CyberPoint, Dell, EMC Corporation and its RSA security division, FireEye, HP and its ArcSight division, Intel and Intel Security (formerly McAfee), Juniper Networks, Microsoft, NetApp, Red Hat, Splunk, Symantec, Trustwave, Verizon and VMware.
Source: Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE: LMT)
Date: Mar 16, 2015