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Intel Security, DLT Solutions to Launch Cybersecurity Laboratory


TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 18, 2016 — Intel Security (Nasdaq: INTC) and DLT Solutions will form a cyber laboratory within the DLT Innovation Center as part of their efforts to provide help to federal agencies facing cybersecurity challenges, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

“The federal government is projecting to spend $19B in the coming year to address cybersecurity requirements, ” Alan Marc Smith, DLT president and CEO, noted in a press release issued Thursday.

The companies said the alliance will work to deliver security innovation through the cyber lab.

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