WSJ stands by Lockheed Martin story
Jim Wolf of Reuters is reporting that The Wall Street Journal is standing by a story that the Pentagon and Lockheed Martin are now denying that stated that information about a fighter plane had been stolen by cyber spies.
Wolf writes, “Lockheed Martin, the primary contractor, said, ‘We actually believe the Wall Street Journal was incorrect in its representation of successful cyber attacks on the F-35 program.’
“‘I’ve not heard of that, and to our knowledge there’s never been any classified information breach,’ Bruce Tanner, the company’s chief financial officer, said during a teleconference on the company’s latest earnings.
“The Wall Street Journal is standing by its story, according to Robert Christie, a spokesman for the newspaper’s publisher, Dow Jones & Co, which is owned by News Corp.”
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