Six years after George W. Bush signed presidential directives sparking a prolonged surge in federal spending on cybersecurity, a clear leader is emerging among the dozens of tech companies that poured into the field. Lockheed Martin, the government’s top military contractor and systems integrator, is consolidating its dominance in cybersecurity by leveraging technical depth and breadth in network operations built up over many years. Its Information Systems & Global Solutions unit combines full-spectrum capabilities and vast experience in the cyber realm with an emphasis on partnering, teamwork and collaboration that permits unparalleled responsiveness to customer needs. Of course, many contractors make similar claims, but Lockheed Martin has evidence to prove it really is the best. When the cyber goldrush began six years ago, it was the sixth-ranked contractor at the National Security Agency; next year it will be number one. I have written a commentary for Forbes here.
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