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Contractor BAE Systems to expand cybersecurity services
Thursday - 12/30/2010, 9:54am EST
The company is buying the Danish cybersecurity firm ETI. Infosecurity.com reports the deal is worth about $212 million.
BAE says the acquisition supports a strategy of beefing up its work in cybersecurity. In 2008, the company bought a British firm called Detica. And more recently, the company announced that it would by a set of cybersecurity units from the U.S.-based L-1 Intelligence Services.
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