Northrop Grumman Corp. said Monday that its cybersecurity team won a five-year U.S. Army contract potentially worth $430 million to continue providing information and network operations services.
The Los Angeles defense contractor will provide the services to the 1st Information Operations Command in Fort Belvoir, Va., which it has supported since 1997.
The cybersecurity team will coordinate multiple battlefield functions such as: electronic warfare, military deception, psychological warfare, operations security and computer network operations to disrupt enemy decision-making.
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