The Pentagon’s acquisition czar said he is “reasonably confident” that the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program’s classified cyber systems are “well protected” from Chinese and Russian hacking, but Frank Kendall is “not at all” confident that unclassified information is protected. This likely means significantly higher contracting requirements and penalties for JSF prime contractor Lockheed Martin and its industrial partners, as well as all primes on all Major Defense Acquisition Programs ...

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