Raytheon Subsidiary Embeds Cryptographic Algorithms In Thin Client; Ed Hammersla Comments

Raytheon logo_EbizA Raytheon subsidiary has added cryptographic algorithms to its network access point product to help customers fulfill government requirements on data protection.

Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions has consolidated Suite B algorithms into its commercial-off-the-shelf Trusted Thin Client services, which work to grant users access to various networks from a single device, Raytheon said Tuesday.

Ed Hammersla, RTCS chief operating officer, said the company built Suite B to secure classified information that the company’s software customers use for product development.

Trusted Thin Client has also been updated to work with Red Hat Linux 6.

Raytheon builds products to help government, intelligence community, civilian and corporate customers access and transfer sensitive data worldwide.

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