Northrop Grumman, University of Maryland, Baltimore county expand Cync program to drive innovation in cyber technology
Monday, Mar 18, 2013
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) and the University of
The Northrop Grumman Cync Program is a partnership between
"As the cyber threat continues to evolve, we need to invest in emerging technology and business ventures to support development of new global network defense capabilities," said
Northrop Grumman funds the program and serves as a strategic partner, leveraging its resources and applying them in a focused way to cultivate companies to develop solutions to counter the global cyber threat. Cync is part of the bwtech@UMBC Cyber Incubator program on the campus, a research and technology community that is home to nearly 100 technology and life science companies.
Current participants in the Cync program include AccelerEyes, Five Directions, KoolSpan,
"Our partnership with
iWebGate is developing a revolutionary network capability called Software Network Architecture. Part of the innovation deploys a multitenant, security tested network between private networks and the Internet – called a "Ghost Network." This change in network architecture provides more security and adds capability to existing information and communication technology infrastructure. For more about iWebGate, go to www.iwebgate.com.
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