Raytheon's WebShield Approved for Defense, Intelligence Agencies

U.S. Navy photo: James Antonucci

The United Cross Domain Management Office has added Raytheon’s data guard product WebShield to the office’s version 4.1 baseline list, Raytheon announced Tuesday.

The baseline list includes approved products using cross domain technologies that Defense Department and intelligence community agencies can use.

The UCDMO requires products be functional, have a government sponsor and have a three-year life cycle support agreement in order to be added to the baseline list.

WebShield provides Web traffic monitoring and secure Web search from both high-side and low-level networks.  Other WebShield features include:

  • Multilevel web-based email
  • Real-time data access and manipulation
  • Secure chat
  • Virus scanning
  • Web-based application data transfers

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