NetApp Joins Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Technology Alliance
Sunnyvale, Calif. - NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) announced that it has joined Lockheed Martin’s Cyber Security Technology Alliance and was selected as a storage management solution for the new NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center.
“Cyberthreats pose a serious risk to the security of our country’s infrastructure,” said Mark Weber, president and general manager, NetApp U.S. Public Sector. “The Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Technology Alliance will help provide seamless security to Lockheed Martin’s federal government customers by leveraging the best practices of leading technology companies.”
The Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Technology Alliance was formed to collaborate on solutions that can help provide early threat detection, protection, and multilayer autonomic self-healing capabilities to meet customers’ future security challenges. The Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Technology Alliance combines the strengths of market-leading companies’ solutions and integrates their best practices, hardware, software, and tools within a unique new research, development, and collaboration center called the NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center. The center is fully equipped for live cybertechnology exercises and demonstrations to help customers integrate solutions and test them in environments that are representative of their missions.
NetApp has made significant investments in its operating system and data security to guard against cyberattacks of data and has achieved the high levels of U.S. Government authorized Common Criteria Certification (CCC). NetApp is proud to join several key technology leaders in this alliance, such as Cisco, Microsoft, and VMware.
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