Lockheed Martin was recently granted accreditation through the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) program.
The accreditation allows DHS to share sensitive and classified cybersecurity threat information with Lockheed Martin to support its efforts in defending public and private entities against cyber attacks. Through the accreditation, Lockheed Martin and DHS cyber threat intelligence will work in tandem to quarantine compromised e-mail and block malicious DNS requests.
The Lockheed Martin ECS system will quarantine compromised e-mail and block malicious DNS requests based on DHS supplied cyber threat intelligence.
“ECS data forms an important pillar of the data we use to inform our Intelligence Driven Defense methodology and operations,” said Rich Mahler, director, Lockheed Martin Commercial Markets. “We’ll integrate the Department of Homeland Security’s ECS data with our customer’s cybersecurity threat protection programs to give their networks an important cyber-defense edge.”
ECS information will be included within Lockheed Martin’s Enhanced Threat Protection solution, enhancing Lockheed Martin’s proprietary data streams gathered from years of protecting critical data against advanced persistent threats.