Why Customers Buy Raytheon

The five use cases below represent real cyber threats our enterprise customers have encountered. Click on any of the scenarios to learn more.

Protect Intellectual Property
CAD designs, source code, product plans or other intellectual property could be stolen or leaked to competitors.
Raytheon ships with pre-built policies designed to protect intellectual property on both the network and the desktop. Read more >>


Prevent Customer Data Loss
Financial services groups, insurance companies, and retailers store thousands, if not millions, of records on confidential customer data. Malicious data theft or even erroneous disclosures can result in fines, legal liabilities, and brand damage.
Monitor the enterprise for behaviors that expose the company to accidental disclosures, with stronger policies for users who have constant, direct access to customer data. Read more >>


Detect Fraud & Theft
Each year, insider fraud costs organizations hundreds of billions of dollars. Traders, accountants, purchasing agents, programmers, and even executives could modify financial records, bank accounts, invoices, or payrolls for profit, personal gain or revenge.
Raytheon monitors all communication channels as well as granular-level activity within applications, such as logons to customized payroll and accounting systems and file alterations. Read more >>


Monitor High-Risk Users
Network and database administrators could leverage their privileged access to systems, putting customer data, intellectual property, and infrastructure integrity at risk.
Monitor the enterprise for the type of behavior an employee leaving for a competitor might exhibit, such as unusual spikes of sensitive data being offloaded to mobile storage devices. Read more >>


Demonstrate Compliance
Enforcing compliance is a huge challenge for banks, healthcare providers, financial institutions and global software companies. Violations can result in fines, legal liability, and damage a corporation's integrity with their customers.
Integrated policy engine monitors both the network and desktops for PHI, PII, PCI, or technology export violations. Read more >>



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