Lockheed Martin Corp. has reassigned a number of its executives with the goal of strengthening the company's performance on high-priority programs. All of the moves will take effect Aug. 1.
Competition heats up for a U.S. Air Force contract to build jet trainers.
The National Security Agency is offering its scanning tools to protect e-mail and other digital communications for major defense contractors, as part of what could be an escalating cyber war.
Lockheed Space Systems Co. announced it is restructuring its workforce to eliminate 1,200 jobs by year's end.
Paul Lemmo moves to vice president of business development for Lockheed’s Information Systems and Global Solutions and Thomas Oles will move up to vice president of strategy and business development for the company’s Electronic Systems business.
The complicated attack might have used log-in data obtained via a phishing attack along with algorithm seed numbers taken from RSA to generate new passcodes.
Al-Qaida targets wrong CEO in uncovered terrorist assassination plot.
Cyberattacks on several defense contractors have many in the community worried about security.
As part of its sales pitch to Japanese buyers, Lockheed Martin said it would consider building some of the fighter jets in Japan.
Al-Quaida group targed Robert Stevens for company's role in building drones.
Two more defense contractors reportedly have been the victims of attacks similar to the breach at Lockheed Martin Corp., and RSA SecurID tokens are believed to be compromised.
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