Northrop Grumman wins Australian cyber contract
Northrop Grumman is to build a cyber test range at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) under a contract announced on 17 October. The range will be built for the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra campus.
ADFA - a partnership between the Australian Defence Force and UNSW – carries out training and education for the future leaders of the Royal Australian Navy, Army and Air Force. With cyber research an increasingly important area of military education and training, Northrop Grumman’s cyber test range will help ensure Australia’s cyber security for the future.
Kathy Warden, vice president and general manager for Northrop Grumman's Cyber Intelligence division, said: ‘We are proud to contribute our extensive cyber test range experience and capabilities to UNSW Canberra, at ADFA, and are looking forward to an enduring partnership. This award reaffirms our dedication to providing our allies with best-value cyber security solutions, and our commitment to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education’.
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