Lockheed Martin Adds LogRhythm to Cybersecurity Alliance

cybersecurityLockheed Martin will work with LogRhythm on cybersecurity systems integration pilot programs after the latter signed up for the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance.

LogRhythm also agreed to offer its security intelligence platform and share cybersecurity-focused best practices with Lockheed as a member of the alliance, Lockheed said Monday.

The LogRhythm-built security intelligence tool works to help organizations detect and respond to cyber threats through log and event management, forensics, network monitoring and security analytics.

Other members of the alliance include:

  • APC by Schneider Electric
  • CA Technologies
  • Cisco
  • Citrix
  • CyberPoint
  • Cybereason
  • Dell
  • EMC Corp. and its RSA division
  • FireEye
  • HP and its ArcSight division
  • Intel and Intel Security
  • Juniper Networks
  • Microsoft
  • NetApp
  • Radware
  • Red Hat
  • Solutionary
  • Splunk
  • Symantec
  • Trustwave
  • Verizon
  • VMware

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