Raytheon, ZeroNorth Form Global Software Security Distribution Partnership; John DeSimone Quoted

Raytheon, ZeroNorth Form Global Software Security Distribution Partnership; John DeSimone Quoted

ZeroNorth has partnered with Raytheon to expand the distribution of the former's cybersecurity products across the globe.

Raytheon's intelligence, information and services business will help global customers access ZeroNorth's products for boosted software and infrastructure security, ZeroNorth said Monday.

ZeroNorth's technology works to help organizations securely engage in digital transformation and transition into modern systems such as cloud platforms.

“Working with ZeroNorth solutions supports our ability to secure software throughout the entire development lifecycle,“ said John DeSimone, vice president of cybersecurity and special missions at Raytheon's intelligence, information and services division.

John Worrall, ZeroNorth CEO, said the firm is honored to help Raytheon and international customers fortify security via risk management.

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