Lockheed Martin will collaborate with CyberPoint International to develop new products intended to protect government and business infrastructures from advanced persistent threats.
CyberPoint International has signed up for the Lockheed-led Cyber Security Alliance with the aim of offering integrated enterprise security tools, Lockheed said Tuesday.
The consortium was formed to utilize Lockheed’s cyber innovation and technology centers.
“We know that one company or solution alone can’t solve the global cyber security challenges we face and it will take collaboration, cooperation and the collective strengths of a diverse array of leading technology companies to innovate and deliver seamless solutions,” said Mark Raugas, CyberPoint Labs director.
Other Lockheed partners include CA Technologies, EMC Corp., Hewlett–Packard, Juniper Networks, Microsoft and VMware.
CyberPoint offers information technology products designed to help organizations manage sophisticated malware threats.