Several Lockheed Martin cross-domain cybersecurity products and services have been added to a General Services Administration governmentwide contract vehicle.
The products support than 150 data types for automatic exchange and the company regularly adds new data types to support interoperability between the Defense Department, intelligence agencies and coalition partners, Lockheed said Tuesday.
Jim Quinn, vice president of C4ISR systems in Lockheed’s information systems and global solutions-defense product line, says the company develops cross-domain systems for customers to share data at the top secret, secret and unclassified levels.
Lockheed intends for the systems to guard, sanitize, transliterate and reformat information and to use standard protocols for integrating cross-domain information flow into customer systems without modifying existing standards-based communications software.
The company’s cross-domain cyber products are also on the Unified Cross Domain Management Office’s baseline list of accredited systems, holding verification to transfer defense and intelligence community information between multiple security domains.