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Raytheon’s David Wajsgras: Communication Key to Boost Awareness of Cyber Careers

David Wajsgras
David Wajsgras

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 10, 2015 — Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has worked with the National Cyber Security Alliance to study ways that could boost young people’s interest in cybersecurity careers, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Fortune reported Monday a joint Raytheon-NCSA report released in October indicated that one approach is to increase the awareness among millennials about the cybersecurity field through career counseling and other efforts.

“We need to do a better job at communicating what we do… We are engineers, policy makers, critical thinkers, and innovators, ” said David Wajsgras, president of the intelligence, information and services business of Raytheon.

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