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Booz Allen, Raytheon|Websense Form Insider Threat Risk Mgmt Partnership; Brad Medairy, Ed Hammersla Comment

Booz Allen Hamilton and Raytheon|Websense have partnered to offer technology and service offerings intended to help organizations avoid, detect and respond to insider threats. The companies agreed to integrate Booz Allen’s Insider4Sight suite of consulting and integration services with Raytheon’s insider threat management platform SureView, Booz Allen said Friday. “Organizations …

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Raytheon’s SureView Platform Wins ‘Best Malware Analysis’ Cyber Defense Tool; Ed Hammersla Comments

Raytheon has received the 2015 Best Malware Analysis Solution award from Cyber Defense Magazine for its product designed to protect corporate networks from potential cyber attacks. The company said Tuesday its SureView Memory Integrity platform aims to rapidly detect malicious malware, unknown programs and other vulnerabilities on Linux systems using …

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Raytheon Releases New Cyber Defense Offerings; Ed Hammersla Comments

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 …

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Raytheon Subsidiary Earns Big Data Transfer Authorization; Ed Hammersla Comments

A Raytheon’ subsidiary has achieved the Cross Domain System Authorization and Authority to Operate for Secret and Below Interoperability certification for the business’ big data transfer tool. Government customers use that approval system to connect to classified networks and evaluate SABI sites for accreditation, Raytheon said Wednesday. Ed Hammersla, chief operating officer …

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

A 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, …

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Raytheon Subsidiary Joins Industrial Cybersecurity Network; Ed Hammersla Comments

A 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 …

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Raytheon Unit Unveils Cross-Domain Printer System; Ed Hammersla Comments

A Raytheon subsidiary has launched a cross-domain printer product intended to help organizations consolidate printing into a single network. Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions built Trusted Print Delivery to use commercial technology and incorporate Raytheon’s Trusted Gateway System to help customers mitigate security vulnerabilities, the company said Monday. Ed Hammersla, RTCS …

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Forcepoint Survey: Millennials’ Use of Public Wi-Fi, Same Password Presents Cyber Risks to Govt IT Infrastructure

A Forcepoint study says that millennials’ attitudes toward the use of technology platforms could pose a security risk to the U.S. federal government’s information technology infrastructure. Forcepoint said Tuesday it surveyed over 670 millennials who were born between 1977 and 1994 and found that nearly 25 percent of respondents said …

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Raytheon-Vista Cyber JV Adopts ‘Forcepoint’ Name, Seeks Focus on Internal Net Monitoring

The cybersecurity joint venture of Raytheon and technology investment firm Vista Equity Partners has passed the half-year mark since its mid-2015 launch and has entered the next chapter under a new identity. Waltham, Mass.-based Raytheon, maker of Patriot missiles and other military weapons, made a large bet on the government and commercial cyber markets in April 2015 when it agreed to acquire majority control of Websense from Vista …

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Raytheon|Websense Poll: 31% of Security Execs Confident in Their Firm’s Network Security

A Raytheon|Websense-commissioned survey has found that only 31 percent of enterprise security executives have confidence in the security of their company’s data network infrastructure. Research Now polled 100 U.S. security officers in March and found that only 28 percent think their security metrics communications are effective, Raytheon|Websense said Wednesday. Less …

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Raytheon|Websense Study: Many US Firms Blame Employee Errors for Insider Threat Cases

A Raytheon|Websense-commissioned study has revealed that unintentional human mistakes are the primary cause of many information technology security incidents at U.S. and German companies. Seventy-percent of U.S. security professionals surveyed by Ponemon Institute attributed employee negligence to insider threat cases and 64 percent of German security personnel acknowledged the problem …

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