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Ron Foudray: Northrop Grumman Works on ‘Upfront’ Security for Military Systems

Ron Foudray
Ron Foudray

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 24, 2016 — Ron Foudray, vice president of business development at Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) information systems business, has said cyber resiliency is essential to support both kinetic and nonkinetic operations, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

C4ISR & Networks reported Monday Northrop works to bring “baked in” security for cyber, missile, unmanned and other military systems.

“We have a mantra of start, stay and return secure… It’s the concept of designing [security] up front in a system, platform, sensor, component or anything within an operating warfighting piece of machinery, ” Foudray said.

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