Raytheon Updates Cyber Info Software For Federal Agencies

RaytheonLogoRaytheon has released an update to its SureView software aimed at helping federal agencies implement a presidential decree to tighten insider threat detection.

SureView monitors employee activity even over both classified and classified networks, Raytheon said Wednesday.

Version 6.7 includes a policy management wizard that contains a guide for users on which information they should collect.

The company also implemented enterprise administration updates intended for large groups of clients, security and event management systems compatibility for situational awareness and new protocols for role-based access and restrictions.

Sureview 6.7 is intended to collect data in one place for analysis against other types of data, aiming to help manage security policies and procedures.

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