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COVID Impact On Global Military Cybersecurity Market 2020-2025 – openPR

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COVID Impact On Global Military Cybersecurity Market 2020-2025

Cyber threats to cause loss of more than $5 Trillion a year worldwide by 2021.

AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) awarded a contract of $12.6 Million to Praxis Engineering Technologies to provide advanced cybersecurity to U.S. military.

In 2019, the U.S. Air Force awarded a contract of $35.8 Million to Dell Federal System to update their cyberspace platform.

In 2018, U.S. Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) had awarded a contract worth $32.9 Million to five namely Lockheed Martin, Draper Lab, SRI International, Cornel University and University of California to design tools for cybersecurity and computing.

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In 2019, the U.S. Air Force awarded a contract of $19.7 Million to Bowhead Cybersecurity Solutions for a real-time two-way interactive information exchange between intelligence agencies and Air Force.

All companies in the U.S. to spend over $100 Billion, combined, to secure computer networks.

Cybersecurity has developed to an extent which can help the military be offensive in battlefields and defensive during peacetime.

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KEY PLAYERS
Lockheed Martin, U.S.
BAE Systems, U.S.
Herjavec Group, Toronto
CyberArk Privileged Security, Israel
Raytheon Cyber Securities, U.S.
Cisco Threat Protection and Network Security, U.S.
IBM Enterprise, U.S.
Microsoft, U.S.

THIS MILITARY CYBERSECURITY MARKET REPORT WILL ANSWER FOLLOWING QUESTIONS
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