Raytheon Cross Domain Product Wins Info Security Award

Raytheon-logoA cross domain security product developed by Raytheon was selected as gold winner in the security products and solutions for government category at the 2014 Info Security Products Guide Global Excellence Awards.

Raytheon was presented the award for its Trusted Thin Client product at the 10th annual RSA Conference USA 2014 awards in San Francisco, the company announced Friday.

The Raytheon TTC was chosen for the award in a vote by more than 50 judges.

Raytheon TTC is built to use virtualization technologies for eliminating unneeded hardware for user productivity and streamlining information technology administration for secured data sharing.

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