Military Embedded Systems

Guardtime and Lockheed Martin team up to mitigate data manipulation threats


October 08, 2015

Mariana Iriarte

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

SUFFOLK, Va. Guardtime and Lockheed Martin teamed up to demonstrate pre-packaged technology that mitigates data manipulation attempts by internal and external threats to a network.

The demonstration was conducted at Lockheed Martin Center for Innovation. The two companies have been evaluating solutions that address data manipulation and data integrity challenges that arise in military, aerospace, and industrial systems.

“Network, software, and data integrity are critical qualities for our products and our customers, and the cyber security solutions we've worked on with Guardtime combine the strengths of anti-tamper technology and information assurance," says Ron Bessire, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics' vice president for Engineering and Technical Operations.

"If we can guarantee the integrity of systems, networks and data at the hardware and software level then we can replace uncertainty with confidence in the data and execution processes that enables both enterprise and combat systems, absent of compromise," says David Hamilton, president of Guardtime Federal.

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