2009 National Security Agency Cyber Defense Exercise employs Lockheed Martin network

ELKRIDGE, Md., 28 April 2009. Teams of cyber-security experts from the National Security Agency (NSA) and the nation's service academies took part in the Cyber Defense Exercise (CDX), considered one of the nation's most expansive and sophisticated cyber "war games." Lockheed Martin hosted the CDX command center and network hub at its Elkridge facility for the week-long event.

Apr 28th, 2009

ELKRIDGE, Md., 28 April 2009. Teams of cyber-security experts from the National Security Agency (NSA) and the nation's service academies took part in the Cyber Defense Exercise (CDX), considered one of the nation's most expansive and sophisticated cyber "war games." Lockheed Martin hosted the CDX command center and network hub at its Elkridge facility for the week-long event.

Lockheed Martin helped NSA establish a closed, secure network for the exercise, which links all the academies with CDX headquarters at the Lockheed Martin facility in Elkridge. The company also provided technical support and expertise for CDX preparation and execution.

2009 marks the seventh year that Lockheed Martin is supporting and hosting the CDX.

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