Lockheed Martin opens branch at No 53 Wentworth Avenue in Kingston

No 53 Wentworth Avenue in Kingston, the newly created building's complete third floor is now home to Lockhead martins new cyber security testing center for its clients. Lockhead martin says that clients can come in and use the computing power of 1000+ top end desktop pcs to wage attacks on there own systems but they can not use these to attack anything beyond. The investment has cost $10 million and there has been further plans to have another centre located in Canberra Australia if the business is proven to be there. The Kingston facility's computers are more powerful than their US counterparts at Gaithersburg in Maryland and require just a quarter of the power. The third centre is at Farnborough, England.

Lee Johnstone

Lee Johnstone

Information Security Data Analyst, Investigative Journalist, Technology Lover, Mechanic.

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Lockheed Martin opens branch at No 53 Wentworth Avenue in Kingston
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