The Air Force’s cyber combat units on Tuesday were transferred to a new command, making Lackland the lead unit conducting cyber operations.
Lockheed Martin, which was set to leave Port San Antonio, has done an about-face to become the first tenant for Port San Antonio’s Project Tech.
Northrop Grumman, one of the world’s largest defense contractors, has opened a 7,700-square-foot cybersecurity shop in San Antonio.
Cybersecurity threats are growing in San Antonio, a local cybersecurity expert said Thursday, and companies headquartered here are feeling the impact.
U.S. Rep. William “Mac” Thornberry (R-Clarendon) assured the audience gathered at Pearl Stable Tuesday morning that there will not be a round of U.S. Military base closures in 2017, though he couldn’t say the same for years beyond that.
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