Northrop Partners with Wynyard Group on Digital Forensics, Intell Offerings; Edward Swallow Comments

Edward Swallow

Northrop Grumman and New Zealand- based Wynyard Group have entered into a strategic alliance to market and develop joint offerings to the U.S. public sector and commercial markets, according to a Wynard statement.

“Our two companies complement each other’s strengths,” said Craig Richardson, Wynyard Group CEO. “Through this relationship we will increase the breadth of solutions Northrop Grumman offers to address emerging global security challenges its customers face.”

He said the strategic alliance leverages Northrop’s market power, resources and expertise and Wynyard’s leading specialist knowledge and solutions in risk management, intelligence, investigations and digital forensics.

“Adding Wynyard’s proven risk management, intelligence and investigation expertise to our capabilities makes good sense and brings additional value to our customers that require innovative, affordable, agile and technologically advanced solutions,” said Edward Swallow, vice president of business development, civil systems at Northrop Grumman information systems.

The partnership will focus on national security, public safety, and commercial markets offerings, according to the Wynard statement.

Richardson added that Wynyard has put an aggressive growth strategy in place which includes innovations to help organizations facing problems growing in complexity, scale and impact.

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