FAIRFAX, Va. The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, conducted June 8-11 at the National Harbor in Maryland, showcased the commercial cyber services of the General Dynamics Information Technology business unit. During the summit, General Dynamics discussed the ongoing sea change from cyber products-led approach to process and outcomes.
SAN DIEGO. The design, development, and limited deployment phase of The U.S. Navy’s Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program has been completed by Northrop Grumman Corp.
WALTHAM, Mass. Vista Equity Partners and Raytheon announced the completion of a joint venture transaction that created a new commercial cybersecurity company that will be called in the interim Raytheon|Websense. The company brings together the Vista Equity portfolio and Raytheon Cyber Products, a product line of Raytheon's Intelligence, Information, and Services business.
DULLES, Va. Raytheon officials opened a new cybersecurity demonstration and research facility in the Washington area this month, calling it the Global Cyber Solutions Center (GCSC), officially located in Sterling, Va. The new center is designed to aid U.S. government agencies, other nations, and companies understand how to best guard their networks and use the latest technologies and approaches, as well as training, to their existing cybersecurity programs.
WALTHAM, Mass. Raytheon Co. and Vista Equity Partners officials have completed a joint venture transaction that creates a new company combining Websense, a Vista Equity portfolio company, and Raytheon Cyber Products, a product line of Raytheon's Intelligence, Information, and Services business. The newly-formed commercial cybersecurity company will be named on an interim basis as Raytheon|Websense. Company leaders say they expect to introduce a new brand identity once they complete their integration efforts.
DULLES, Va. Raytheon officials released their SureView suite this week. The new solution tackles cybersecurity by combining human and machine knowledge to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber attacks.
The U.S. military says that it wants 6,000 new “cyberwarriors” by 2016; the Pentagon has requested a $5.5 billion cybersecurity budget for FY2016, and the Obama administration is seeking $14 billion. Cybersecurity has clearly emerged as a national imperative. The escalating onslaught and sophistication of cyberattacks – especially ones sponsored by nation-states – targeting U.S. military and defense contractors, the U.S. government, [...]
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