Raytheon Subsidiary Joins Industrial Cybersecurity Network; Ed Hammersla Comments

Raytheon logo_EbizA Raytheon subsidiary has joined a collaborative knowledge-sharing organization that seeks to help the industrial control systems community build its cybersecurity posture.

Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions will serve as a supporting member of the Industrial Control System Information Sharing and Analysis Center, where stakeholders brainstorm on how to mitigate risks to cyber infrastructure, ICS-ISAC said Aug. 12.

The subsidiary will work to help the center develop a situational awareness reference architecture.

Ed Hammersla, RTCS chief operating officer, said the subsidiary aims to better understand and help customers fulfill security and information requirements for managing critical infrastructure.

RTCS develops technology that aims to help government, civilian and intelligence agencies access and transfer secure information.

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