Lockheed Martin, Carnegie Mellon open cyber lab

University, defense contractor unite for cybersecurity

Lockheed Martin Corp. and Pittsburgh's Carnegie Mellon University are teaming up to help protect the federal government against cyberattacks, reports Federal New Radio.

The two organizations are opening a small laboratory facility in Pittsburgh that will concentrate on cybersecurity research, the article states.

The lab will house one full-time employee, six university interns and a faculty member.

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