Lockheed's cyber services available on GSA products list
- By Defense Systems Staff
- Feb 12, 2013
Lockheed Martin’s cross-domain cyber solutions, which allow data to be exchanged across all security enclaves by users with different levels of security clearance, are now available on the General Services Administration schedule of products and services, company officials said Feb. 12.
Lockheed Martin has developed substantial expertise in cross-domain technologies that enable government customers to securely share top secret, secret and unclassified data, company officals said. Having the company's cyber services available on the GSA Schedule will simply the acquisition process for government customers, the officials said.
Lockheed Martin’s cross-domain solutions allow data to be exchanged across all security domains by users with different levels of security clearance, company officials said. These systems are designed to meet mission collaboration requirements for securely sharing top secret, secret and unclassified data, and also to maximize interoperability among the intelligence community, Defense Department and coalition partners.
More than 150 data types are supported for the automatic exchange of data, and new data types are added regularly as customers realize the potential of automated sanitization and sharing, company officials said. Systems can be tailored to guard, sanitize, transliterate and reformat information.
Lockheed Martin uses standard protocols to integrate cross-domain information flows into customer systems without modifying existing standards-based communications software, the officials said.