DHS taps 17 firms to lead U.S. cybersecurity effort

08/15/2013 | Homeland Security Today

IBM, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics are among a group of 17 technology and defense companies that will receive $6 billion from the Department of Homeland Security as part of a new effort to enhance the security of computer and mobile networks maintained by civilian government agencies. The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program will be rolled out in three phases, the first of which will focus on endpoint security through managing IT assets and addressing configuration vulnerabilities.

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