Northrop Grumman Corporation is participating in CyberUK 2018, the National Cyber Security Centre’s flagship cybersecurity event, where the company will discuss emerging cyber systems and the potential for driving innovation through synergies in government and commercial industry partnerships. CyberUK 2018 is attended by U.K. and international cyber security experts from government, industry, the CNI and academia.
Vern Boyle, vice president, advanced technologies, Northrop Grumman, provided industry insights on National Security Perspectives and Potential Synergies with Commercial Technologies at the track 2 session on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.
“Defence and national security systems must withstand nation-state level attacks and these sophisticated threats often drive the need for unique government-purpose solutions,” said Boyle. “Military grade cyber resilience technologies and innovations can contribute to security in consumer and commercial applications, and have an important role to play in creating synergies between government and commercial industry partnerships.”
Northrop Grumman is a recognised leader in cyber resilience solutions with more than thirty years of experience in cyber security and information assurance. The company builds cyber security into every system, platform, and product that it produces in order to enhance mission assurance and resiliency, while investing both in innovative technology and cyber talent of the future. The company is committed to building tomorrow’s cyber workforce through advanced cyber education, developing a Cyber Research Consortium with leading U.K. universities and offering its own Cyber Academy worldwide.
Northrop Grumman is a member of CyberFirst and CyberInvest, and leads CyberCenturion, the U.K. cyber defence competition for 12-18 year olds.