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Cyber-Mission:  Confidence in the Cyber Domain

Mission: Cyber Confidence

With decades of cyber and intelligence expertise, Raytheon offers unmatched, end-to-end capabilities that help you secure your space and confidently navigate the cyber domain.

As a large-scale systems integrator, we take a solutions-oriented approach to addressing advanced persistent threats. We continue to invest in research and development – and maintain partnerships that span the globe.  It’s all part of helping organizations, government agencies and nations effectively minimize cyber risk and safeguard information and infrastructure.

From access to assurance, Raytheon delivers solutions that take an enterprise approach to the world’s toughest cyber challenges:


With more than 30 years of cybersecurity experience supporting the most demanding missions of customers around the world, Raytheon stays ahead of evolving threats through world-renowned experts in the field. Our team brings it’s expertise, innovative thinking and commitment to our customers’ information security and resiliency to ensure you can operate in confidence in cyber space.


Insider Breaches“Malicious or unintentional, all insider breaches hurt companies. A behavior-based approach to mitigating insider threat ensures effectiveness without compromising privacy.”
Michael Crouse, Director of Insider Threat Strategies

Cyber60: Insider Threat
Cyber60 Video What is insider threat and why is 100% of companies vulnerable? Learn more from this 60-second video.
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Insider Threat Survey
Despite the increased awareness about the severity of the insider threat risk, a Raytheon–commissioned Ponemon survey of 693 information technology professionals indicates only 40 percent of IT budgets include funding to prevent it.
Insider Threat Survey Results
NPR: Software That Sees Employees, Not Outsiders, As The Real Threat


Internet of Things“The IoT has the potential to help us to create and process more data than ever before. Planning now will determine both the benefits and the risks this system brings because when everything is connected, everything is vulnerable.”
Michael Daly, CTO Cybersecurity & Special Missions

Connected, but Not Protected: Securing the Internet of Things
For the Internet of things, the cost of cheap will be steep
ExecutiveGov: Gov’t CIOs Should Consider Data, Devices, Insiders for Internet of Things
Dark Reading: Internet of Things: 4 Security Tips From The Military
GCN: Raytheon’s Michael Daly on "If it’s connected, it’s vulnerable: Know the risks."


Cyber Workforce“It is critical to develop a cyber workforce capable of securing our nation’s economic interests in an economy driven by the digital age. Millennials must be educated on the cyber threat and available career opportunities to alleviate the skills gap.”
Jeff Jacoby, Engineering Program Lead

Raytheon-NCSA Millennial Survey
Millennial Survey A new survey commissioned by Raytheon in conjunction with the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) reveals that millennials have become more interested in cybersecurity careers. However, high schools are not offering students enough exposure or classes to pursue this profession.
A Dearth of Online Defenders: Millennials want cyber careers, but lack preparation, poll shows
Infographic: Cyber Careers and the Millennial Generation


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