Wendy Martin Joins Northrop as Cyber Initiatives, Campaign Director

Wendy Martin
Wendy Martin

Wendy Martin, formerly a vice president at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS), has confirmed to GovCon Wire that she has joined Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) as director of strategic initiatives and campaigns for the cyber solutions division.

Martin will oversee initiatives and campaigns for developing new cyber products and services in her new role at Northrop.

She spent nearly 15 years at Harris and most recently served as vice president of advanced information systems and a senior executive for regional operations within that company’s government communications division.

ExecutiveBiz spoke with Martin in March 2012 to discuss some of the challenges agencies face in building secure cyber networks and the company’s work to help customers build mobile architectures.

Click here to read the full Q&A, where she also previewed how the company was preparing for downturns in defense spending at the time of publication.

Martin’s other roles at Harris included business development director for the AIS business, an engineering director post and a senior engineering manager position.

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