Raytheon System Aims to Secure Email Exchanges; Ed Hammersla Comments

RaytheonLogoA Raytheon subsidiary has developed a trusted mail system designed to help clients secure email communications across multiple domains.

Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions built the commercial cross-network software for the Defense Department and other federal agencies to use as a single client, Raytheon said Monday.

The mail system intends to filter out malicious data in the email attachment through the unified cross domain management office baseline-listed trusted gateway system.

Ed Hammersla, chief operating officer for Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions, said the subsidiary aimed to eliminate the need for users to switch between email clients.

Users can implement the software without changing their desktops, Raytheon said.

RTCS aims for its products to help the government, intelligence community, civilian and corporate organizations secure sensitive data.

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