What does the cybersecurity battlefield look like for M&A in 2012?

With HBGary off the table and comfortably placed in the arms of ManTech, we find ourselves wondering which defense contractor might be next to be plucked from the enterprise security market.

Andrew Hay

Senior Analyst, Security

No primary company

3e Technologies International AEP Networks AppIron Australian Government Department of Defence BAE Systems Belgium Ministry of Defence Bivio Networks Boeing Booz Allen Hamilton Central Intelligence Agency CloudShield Technologies Core Security Technologies CounterTack CSC Cyveillance Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Defense Information Systems Agency US Department of Homeland Security Department of National Defence European Aeronautic Defence and Space EMC eXMeritus Federal Bureau of Investigation FireEye FoxReplay General Dynamics Harris Corp HBGary HP HP Enterprise Services InfraGard US Internal Revenue Service Invincea Kyrus Technology L-3 Communications Holdings Lockheed Martin LogLogic Lookingglass Cyber Solutions Mandiant ManTech International Narus National Defense University National Institute of Standards and Technology North Atlantic Treaty Organization NetScout Systems NetWitness Network Systems Northrop Grumman National Security Agency Oakley Networks Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Pikewerks QinetiQ Raytheon Red Lambda SAINT Corporation SAIC Sensage SignaCert Silver Tail Systems Solutions Made Simple Special Operations Technology Tenable Network Security TITUS Triumfant Trusted Computer Solutions Ultra Electronics US Air Force US Census Bureau US Department of the Treasury US Department of Veterans Affairs US Navy US Senate WikiLeaks Worldwide Information Network Systems Zu Industries Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

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