Insta, Lockheed Martin partner to build cross domain solution for military networks

Finnish tech firm Insta has entered into a collaboration agreement with Lockheed Martin, announcing plans to build a cross domain solution that enhances security and gateway mechanisms for military networks.

The proposed cross domain solution will provide two-way connectivity between various military-grade secure networks. The target is to complete the project within two years, according to the companies.

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