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NGC’s J.B. ‘Gib’ Goodwin Talks Cybersecurity Integration

Northrop Grumman Corporation’s (NYSE:NOC) J.B. “Gib” Godwin, vice president for cybersecurity and systems integration for the company’s information systems sector, spoke to attendees at the American Institute of Engineers Cybersecurity Conference East, insisting that a bigger, faster, smarter cyber threat leaves no room for “silver bullets” or “Lone Rangers” and proposed “a new paradigm for cyber assurance: a holistic approach to electromagnetic dominance.”

“It’s about cooperating, collaborating and coordinating across the electromagnetic spectrum: from air to land to sea to cyberspace, ” Goodwin said.

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