Satnews Daily
November 13th, 2013

Northrop Grumman—Technology Showcase @ MilCIS (Event—ISR, Cybersecurity)

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[SatNews] Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) is exhibiting at the Military Communications and Information Systems (MilCIS) conference being held at the National Convention Center, Canberra, Australia, November 12-14 2013.

The company will highlight a range of capabilities including live demonstrations and innovative technologies for cyber operations in booth #50.

Outpacing the rapidly evolving cyber threat spectrum demands constant innovation. Northrop Grumman, through aggressive technology investments in key research areas such as identity management, situational awareness, modeling and simulation, cloud security and supply chain, has a deep understanding of the breadth and complexity of cyber. Northrop Grumman capabilities being exhibited at the conference being held in Canberra, Australia, include:

Secure Communications Systems (SCS)

  • Next-generation secure communications solution for military, government and large corporations
  • Each SCS device can manage multiple simultaneous external connections and select the optimal communications path based on performance and/or monetary considerations

Common Biometric Framework (CBF)

  • Essential to mission operations as an enterprise multimodal biometric repository for users throughout the globe
  • Provides storing and matching of biometric data on persons of interest

Cyber Solutions Products & Capabilities

  • Intelligence collection and fusion, threat detection, incident response, digital forensics and security monitoring

Enhanced C4ISR Operationally Responsive Enterprise (eCORE)

  • Rapid mission integration, deployment, support, training and maintenance, the solution is affordable and available now
  • Reduces footprint, power, cooling and sustainment requirements, and uses commercial-off-the-shelf and open source software to interface with any network

  • Military airborne surveillance capabilities for the Boeing 737 Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) system