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When the going gets tough, Lockheed Martin CISO Chandra McMahon responds with mature incident response, says Dan Kaplan.
For Chandra McMahon, being in charge of information security at the nation's largest military contractor means the process of incident response must happen well before data leaves the building.
Lockheed, a 126,000-employee company headquartered in Bethesda, Md., and best known for its design and production of fighter jets and ballistic missiles, is an unsurprising major target of adversaries, namely foreign cyber operatives wishing to commandeer the company's critical intellectual property.
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