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Lockheed Martin Advances Threat Protection on GPS Control Segment

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Old November 10th 15, 09:17 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default Lockheed Martin Advances Threat Protection on GPS Control Segment

Lockheed Martin Advances Threat Protection on GPS Control Segment

The GPS Intrusion Protection Reinforcement (GIPR) technology refresh
is part of the Air Force’s strategy to modernize the current GPS
system and to ensure the availability of its services for more than
one billion global military, civilian and commercial users daily.
GIPR advances the Operational Control Segment’s ability to protect
data and infrastructure, enhance the sustainability of the system,
and meet future GPS operational requirements. Infusing advanced
hardware and software solutions for information assurance provides
improved protection against today’s rapidly changing cyber threats,
Lockheed Martin said in a news release.

“The GPS Control Segment Sustainment (GCS) contract is vitally
important to the sustainment of positioning, navigation and timing
services for our military, government officials and citizens,” said
Vinny Sica, vice president of Lockheed Martin’s Space Ground
Solutions. “A system this large requires continued security focus and
that’s where Lockheed Martin’s information security capabilities are
on the cutting edge.”


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