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Lockheed Martin Acquires Cybersecurity Firm Industrial Defender
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4/7/2014 | 4:27:44 PM
Deal completed
FYI -- We've learned that Lockheed Martin closed on its deal to acquire Industrial Defender. effective April 7. The company says Industrial Defender employees are now Lockheed Martin employees and that Lockheed Martin will continue to market acquired products and services with the Industrial Defender name (e.g. Lockheed Martin's Industrial Defender ASM®).
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3/14/2014 | 6:30:13 PM
Critical Infrastructure
Lockheed's move into the critical infrastructure makes sense, given the pull back in defense spending. But it's also likely to be a good way for industry to get up further up to speed in some of the cyber tech that the govt. has been using with greater effect.


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