Raytheon’s Steve Hawkins Breaks Down New SureView Product

Steve Hawkins Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) is now able to support an information-protection solution for 64-bit computing with its new SureView 6.6 product. According to the firm, “SureView captures malicious activity by proactively auditing end-user behavior on computer endpoints for policy violations and high-risk activity such as accessing classified or proprietary data and trying to send it outside...

Raytheon’s Steve Hawkins: One to Watch in ’11

Steve Hawkins ExecutiveBiz selected Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) cybersecurity expert Steve Hawkins as one of its “Top 20 People to Watch in 2011.” According to the publication: “Hawkins is helping Raytheon — a $25 billion-plus defense and aerospace corporation — deliver on that need for rapid-fire response. One of the company’s key approaches, over the last year, has been to collaborate...

News- Raytheon Launches Insider-Threat Protection, Risk-Management Solution

Raytheon Company announced today its release of SureView 6.4, a host-based insider-threat protection and risk-management solution that identifies and supports investigations of user violations. The sixth-generation SureView is used by Fortune 500 organizations, as well as major government agencies, including the Defense Information Systems Agency. Earlier this year, Raytheon’s insider-threat...

ExecutiveMove- Chris Foster Named Business Development Executive at Raytheon

Raytheon has named Chris Foster to the Business Development Executive position for the Information Security Solutions section. Foster will be responsible for leading business development for Raytheon’s expanding cyber security effort. Foster has a strong background in state government and industry in working on IT related issues. The Information Security Solutions sector at Raytheon seeks to...

Raytheon Announces Third-Generation of Cross-Domain Guard

Raytheon has announced the release of a new version of its High-Speed Guard cross-domain information-sharing solution aimed at government organizations. The firm promises that the latest version will be more economical, reducing hardware costs up to 75 percent and that it will be up to 625 percent faster, with peak performance increased to 5 gigabytes per second from 800 megabytes per second. LinkedInShareTweet+1E-mail