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Cyber Products

Cyberdefense Platform for Weapon Systems (CyPaWS)

Cyber Secure Processing for Resilient and Survivable Systems (CyPRSS), Root of Trust (RoT) Lattice-based Network

Cyber Warning Receiver (CyWRv)

FORCYTE - Cyber Situational Understanding - Enabling Strategic Decision Making

LYNXeon Cyber Pattern Analysis Platform

Model-Based Engineering for Automated Risk Management (MBEAR)

Multi-Level Security (MLS) Space Mesh Networking Device Enables DoD’s Vision for Connected Battlespace

Security and Performance you can Trust – Common Trusted Platform (CTP)

More Cyber Capabilities

Agile Scalable Software Development


Digital Transformation

Electronic Warfare

Sustainment and Modernization

Training & Simulation

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Cyber Backbone: Who We Are

"Leadership recognizes the growing number of cyber activities that threaten our national security, and consistently drives the development of solutions that are resilient and survivable to ensure our national defense is equipped with the latest, innovative technologies."
- Dean “Data” Clothier, Director of Cyber Platforms Tools and Survivability

Here at Northrop Grumman, our innovative cyber solutions aren't just powered by the latest and greatest technologies but also by some of the best engineers. This is why we work to create an environment that fosters the talent of our people. Hear what a few of our engineers have to say, and visit here to start your journey in becoming part of our team.

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Technology and Innovation

For some, the word 'impossible' ends discussions. For us, it's a starting point.

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Northrop Grumman Cyber in the News

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Northrop Grumman to Create Constellation of Connectivity for Air Force Research Laboratory

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Navy asks Northrop Grumman to provide cyber security intrusion protection for MQ-8C unmanned helicopter

Next Gen OPIR Polar (NGP)

Northrop Grumman On Track to Produce Early-Warning Missile Defense Program

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Cyber plays both sides of the spectrum with both offensive bullets and defensive shields

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Northrop Grumman to Modernize and Advance AFRL Intelligence Information Systems

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Sentinel and Raider: Where these two legs of the nuclear triad stand today

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Northrop Grumman to Build Multi-Level Space Mesh Networking Prototype to Enable DOD’s Vision for Connected Battlespace

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Northrop Grumman’s Distributed Mission Operations Network Expands Across US Air Force Training Sites

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Northrop Grumman Contracted to Provide DevSecOps Capabilities for US Air Force

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Northrop Grumman Launches New Research Consortium for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

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US Air Force Selects Northrop Grumman for USCYBERCOM Unified Platform

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Northrop Grumman Awarded Cyber Enterprise Services Contract by US Air Force

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Northrop Grumman San Antonio Cyber Center Celebrates Opening with Ribbon Cutting and Reception

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Global Cyber Education and Workforce Initiatives

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Cyber Partnerships in Industry and Academia