Consortium led by Crosshill Oy signs defense technology development agreement for F-35 Program with Lockheed Martin

A consortium has signed an indirect industrial cooperation agreement with Lockheed Martin related to the F-35 program in Finland. The cooperation is a great opportunity to combine the cybersecurity expertise of multiple companies.

Xiphera is a proud member of a consortium which has signed an indirect industrial cooperation agreement with Lockheed Martin related to the F-35 program in Finland. The agreement initiates unique development work of highly secure electronics for defense applications and building of cybersecurity testing laboratories in Finland.

The consortium is led by Crosshill Ltd, and in addition to Xiphera, it includes Habilito Oy and Nixu Corporation from Finland. The project combines the expertise of the Finnish companies with Lockheed Martin’s capabilities and global defense industry leadership.

”We are very thrilled to be part of this consortium led by Crosshill”, says Matti Tommiska, co-founder and CEO of Xiphera. “This cooperation is a great opportunity to combine the cybersecurity expertise of multiple companies.”

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