Raytheon has introduced a new portfolio of cybersecurity tools designed to help enterprise customers track, prevent and respond to advanced threats.
The SureView offering is designed to integrate the company’s acquired technologies and in-house platforms for network and data security, Ed Hammersla, president of Raytheon’s cyber products, said Tuesday.
The suite includes Insider Threat to monitor user activity and Threat Protection to detect zero-day attacks through an open architecture.
Analytics is intended to search and assess disparate sources without requiring a data reformat, as well as visualize patterns and anomalous behavior.
The company developed Memory Integrity for organizations to discover the existence of malware that can pass through a computer’s traditional security defenses.