Lockheed collaborates with other Cyber Security Alliance member companies to develop new tools in its NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center, the company said Wednesday.
“The addition of three companies in the cyber security and data analytics marketplace will help us meet the challenges of today’s constantly evolving cyber threats using an intelligence-driven approach,” said Charlie Croom, vice president of cybersecurity solutions at Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions.
Splunk brings experience in indexing machine information with the company’s big data indexing platform, while FireEye has designed virtual machine-based software to track and guard against cyber attacks in real time.
Red Hat provides customers open-source, community-powered tools for middleware, Linux, cloud, virtualization and cloud offerings.
Other Cyber Security Alliance members include Cisco, Dell, Intel, HP, NetApp, Symantec, McAfee and Verizon.