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Cyber as a Service

Cybersecurity has quickly become a critical priority for the world’s  businesses and governments. Raytheon addresses the challenge of standing up internal resources to properly counteract evolving threats that can be costly and complex.

It’s difficult to prepare for all possible cyber scenarios and the increasing sophistication of cyberattacks, especially when your organization does not have the resources to dedicate to the effort. A worldwide shortage of cybersecurity professionals magnifies the challenge.

That’s where Raytheon’s Cyber as a Service comes in. With its standing as one of the world’s top and most innovative defense and cyber companies, Raytheon offers a wide range of defense-grade solutions to meet any organization’s cybersecurity needs.

What is cyber as a service?

Defenses that worked yesterday may not be enough tomorrow. Cyber as a Service can be a subscription or cloud-based solution to the cyberthreat that ensures you’re getting the most innovative and ahead-of-the-threat tools, training and protection. 

These services offer organizations the ability to digitally protect themselves without distracting from or limiting their day-to-day activities. Each customer’s current capabilities undergoes analysis to deliver tailored solutions that fit their needs, with cyber services used to supplement or potentially even replace existing security operations. 

Customers who choose cyber as a service receive 24/7 virtual cyber support, employee cybersecurity training, total system assessments, threat containment and data recovery services, and the benefits of proactive threat hunting and managed detection and response.

Raytheon solves these problems

The Problem:  
Today’s businesses and governments need cyber capabilities to protect themselves against a daily onslaught of attacks. Doing so requires 24/7 coverage, attracting and retaining cyber talent, and meeting compliance mandates that are sometimes disparate — all while still worrying about  a breach. 

The Solution:  
Cyber as a service is the answer. These comprehensive offerings ensure systems stay secure against a variety of threats, giving customers a peace of mind regarding digital security that’s difficult to achieve otherwise.

What We Offer:  
Raytheon offers a full range of subscription-based cyber services to protect customers from unique adversaries and a dynamic threat environment. Defense-grade technology is combined with a flexible delivery model for immediate results without specialized development. 

Whether it’s a new system needed or a continuation and maturation of an existing one that is needed, we track our customers’ top pain points and tailor our services to address them. This subscription, service-based approach allows customers to use our team exclusively or as a collaborative extension of their existing cyber staff and capabilities, without requiring our fully staffed team of trained professionals to be on-site. Raytheon connects into its customer’s environments through secure channels, and data never leaves the customer’s premises.

The innovative virtual security operations center (V-SOC) offering proactively hunts threats using a managed security service based on managed detection and response. V-SOC often finds threats that other providers would miss by combining patented technology and proprietary processes with highly trained analysts and engineers and customer collaboration, helping to stay ahead of a wide variety of threats.

For those who have never outsourced their cyber security operations before or are interested in testing out their existing MSSP provider, we offer threatscope assessments. This 90-day proactive threat-hunting trial finds entry points and eliminates them. Meanwhile, our 24/7 remote and on-site availability for digital forensics and incident response provides customers with containment, remediation and recovery when incidents do occur.

What's next?

Raytheon’s end-to-end innovation and comprehensive cyber service offerings are primed to further secure the health care industry, critical infrastructure, financial and economic services, and government organizations.