News Feature Archive
-Code low, deploy high
Raytheon and Red Hat are collaborating on a new DevSecOps applications. The cross-domain protection technology allows for development at an unclassified level and speeds up the time to deployment in a classified environment.
-Fighting the hardware hack
Cyberattacks that impact the hardware of a device are far more destructive and are becoming more common. Industrial Control System and Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition, or SCADA, systems are especially at risk.
-When hackers hold data hostage
A multi-layered approach is preferred for safeguarding systems and, more importantly, data, from ransomware attacks.
-Rising to the challenge
The Girl Scouts of the USA, in partnership with Raytheon, launched its first Cyber Challenge on October 19, 2019, inviting middle school and high school Girl Scouts to test their skills.
-Stay protected while connected
A Raytheon expert and the National Cyber Security Alliance leader offer tips to stay cyber yearlong as October's National Cyber Security Awareness Month kicks off.
-Get off the 'bus'
The Cyber Anomaly Detection System, or CADS, that reveals cyber intrusions, tampering and hacks, notifying aircraft and vehicle crews of suspicious behavior.
-Victory tour for Virginia team
The defending college cybersecurity champs from the University of Virginia team visited some of the nation’s most prestigious cyber research and security site’s in the nation’s capital. The tour was hosted by Raytheon, which presents the competition known as NCCDC every year.
-The forecast for Hacker Summer Camp
Vegas heats up as cyber pros gather for industry events
-Where cyber champs test their mettle
Raytheon researchers sharpen their skills at cybersecurity contests.
Raytheon is developing a Zero Trust cyber platform that by default, verifies anything and anybody trying to connect to its systems before granting access.
-Cybersecurity affects us all
States are on the front lines of our collective response to the cyber threat.
-Wahoos Win Hack-to-Back Championships
The University of Virginia prevailed over nine other finalist teams to win the 2019 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition and its coveted Alamo Cup.
-NSA cyber tool comes out of the shadows
NSA to release a free, reverse engineering tool to help analyze malware.
-The mechanics of a cyber career
Engineer explains how he rewired his career to pursue a new path in cyber.
-Secure your supply chain
A company's defenses are only as strong as those connected to it, writes a Raytheon exec.
-It wasn't me, I swear
Having your data stolen can leave you feeling helpless. You're not. Here, one of our employees explains how he recovered from the theft of his identity several years ago.
-Disarming the email bomb
Email bombs, a type of denial-of-service attack, are back, according to recent research from experts at Forcepoint, a commercial cybersecurity company jointly owned by Raytheon.
-Hands-on Cyber Academy
Cyber Academy workshops build cybersecurity skills at three international universities.
-A look into the future
AI won't fix everything, the IoT will put industries at risk, and hackers will figure out how to fool facial recognition software, according to a cybersecurity forecast from Forcepoint, a commercial cybersecurity company jointly owned by Raytheon.
Raytheon's cyber experts explain how they spot signs of a cyberattack inside everyday network data.
-The cyber-hardened voting booth
A Raytheon/CSIS report showed states are investing millions to protect elections.
-The eye of a cyber sharpshooter
Cyber forces from all services will train and rehearse missions on a proposed Persistent Cyber Training Environment.
-US, UK sign cyber accord
From SC magazine: Agreement forms a public/private partnership for government & industry to explore trends and tech.
-The three C's of cyber
Securing our critical infrastructure requires creativity, communication and collaboration.
Artificial intelligence and secure cloud-based web browsing are at the heart of two new partnerships that are allowing Raytheon to bring advanced cyber protection to its customers.
-Many paths to a cyber career
If you’re looking for a career in cybersecurity, then you’ve got options. It’s almost like the medical field – you specialize.
True cyber-hardening takes time, training and the help of experts, but there are many “quick fixes” that drastically reduce risk across a network.
Spearphishing is a go-to tactic for every type of cyber attacker, from from penny-ante crooks pilfering bank accounts to nation-state operatives trying to wrest control of power plants.
-Speed to market
Raytheon is working with smaller companies like Silicon Valley cybersecurity firm Virsec to license network-saving technology to government agencies and large enterprises including healthcare companies, financial institutions and utility providers.
-The threat within
The best defense against the "insider threat" is knowing the network and its users, cybersecurity experts say.
-Don’t Get PWNED At Black Hat
A Raytheon cybersecurity expert offers tips to not getting hacked at the Black Hat conference.
-On tour: cyber champs in Washington
The University of Virginia's 2018 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition champions got a VIP tour of Washington, D.C.
-Caring about oversharing
Sharing too much personal information on social media may expose you to cyber attacks.
Raytheon is establishing specialized cybersecurity training academies around the world.
-The cyber home front
Raytheon's cyber experts share the advice they give their family and friends to keep them cyber safe at home
From Agenda: Our CEO, Tom Kennedy, explains how digital cyber crime may cost businesses worldwide as much as $600 billion - yet at many organizations IT experts still don’t have a seat at the table.
-The wisdom of 'WarGames'
"WarGames" is a Cold War-era classic – but its lessons about cybersecurity have never been more relevant.
-Hacking and entering
A new FBI report shows that cybercrime is always changing, and defenses must adapt accordingly.
-Cyber Cinderella story
Underdog U of Virginia team wins 2018 NCCDC college cyber championships.
-Inside a hacker's mind
See a hospital, an airport terminal and other everyday places through the eyes of a cybercriminal.
-For the military, many sides to cyber
Cybersecurity, once considered an area of specialty unto itself, now extends to every component of business, public safety, national security and everyday life.
-A field guide to hackers
A manual to know your cyber actors, from Black Hat to White Hat and all shades between.
-To protect our elections
A Raytheon expert offers five recommendations for securing our elections against hackers.
-For Olympics hackers, the games aren't the true target
When it comes to cybercrime, you don't get a much more target-rich environment than the Olympics, Raytheon's Mark Orlando writes.
-Who hacked you?
While knowing who is behind a hack can be useful to the private sector, the act of doing the identification itself is best left to military and intelligence agencies, experts say.
-The Hackers' Playbook
Major cyber breaches at energy companies have created a virtual handbook on how to identify and prevent modern attacks on critical infrastructure.
-May the cyberforce be with you
Survey shows millennials know more than ever about cybersecurity jobs, but few still seek the career.
-Stop. Think. Connect.
Michael Kaiser, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, offers tips to keep your machine clean from cyberattack.
-Sleepless in cyberspace
Cyber expert suggests solutions to five problems that keep chief information security officers awake at night.
-Three days with the cyber elite
The 2017 NCCDC Champions from the University of Maryland, Baltimore Country, tour top cyber facilities in the nation's capital.
-Is the Equifax breach a tipping point?
Forcepoint CEO Moynahan on the prospect that this event could unravel cybersecurity.
-Forcepoint acquires RedOwl
Forcepoint acquires RedOwl, extends global human-centric security leadership.
-What it takes to be a cyber hunter
Cyber threat hunters explain what it takes to track down malicious actors to NCCDC champions touring DC.
-A cyber combination for rapid response
Raytheon collaborates with CyberSponse to reduce cyber attacker dwell times.
-A bold launch into the Fifth Domain
From The Cipher Brief: Raytheon CEO Kennedy on the company's strong cybersecurity strategy.
-Securing Cyber in the Sky
The Internet of Things has expanded to aircraft and the aviation industry – leaving them more vulnerable to cyber attack.
-Ransomware: Is the worst yet to come?
With hostages-as-a-service and 'affiliate programs,' ransomware criminals are innovating quickly, Raytheon experts say.
-Inside the worldwide ransomware attack
Forcepoint experts discuss the ransomware attack that has crippled computers worldwide
-Shattering the Silicon Ceiling
Raytheon awards six women scholarships to help them pursue careers in cybersecurity.
-A chipset off the old block
Teen cyber sleuth Paul Vann Jr. is following in his father's professional footsteps.
-CyberDawgs fetch national title
The University of Maryland-Baltimore County CyberDawgs became 2017 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition champions.
-Breaking into the Field
A pair of students in this year's top college cyber competition reveal how they found their way into the field.
-What’s Under the Hoodie?
With the National Collegiate Cyber Competition under way, expert dispels myths and encourages students to enter cyber careers.
-To defeat the airborne hack attack
Raytheon is developing technology to provide commercial and military pilots a cyberattack warning system.
-Developing cyber athletes
An educator on preparing students for the NCCDC competition and good careers.
-The bots vs the Transformers
Raytheon and Utilidata make a power play to protect the electrical grid.
-Forcepoint ranks high in Cybersecurity 500
Forcepoint has been listed number three in the Cybersecurity 500 list of companies to watch in 2017.
-A power pairing
Raytheon and Utilidata will help enhance power grid security and incident response.
-Send money or we’ll brick your PC
As ransomware profits increase, the techniques and tactics behind the malware continue to evolve.
-A remedy for bad altitude
Raytheon experts devise a cyber warning system to alert pilots in case of hack attacks.
-Every Cloud Has a Silicon Lining
High-performance computing and analytics are helping meteorologists make more accurate forecasts.
-Hack this Resume
Cybersecurity experts offer tips and tricks to make a resume stand out to recruiters and hiring managers.
During National Cyber Security Awareness Month, experts offer tips on staying safe online while on travel.
-Raytheon CEO in Wall Street Journal: Why cyber works
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Raytheon CEO Thomas A. Kennedy explains why cybersecurity is a good bet
-Securing our Cyber Ecosystem
National Cyber Security Awareness Month is a proactive and collective effort to stay ahead of cyber threats.
-Hot Cyber Pursuit
To find the most sophisticated, damaging cyber threats that endanger an organization’s network, security professionals have to proactively “hunt” for them.
-Guarding your network
When choosing an managed security service provider, don't settle for just 24/7 monitoring.
-Blurring the lines
Future conflicts will be dominated by the electromagnetic spectrum. Whoever rules cyberspace and the spectrum will rule the outcome.
-White House Welcomes Cyber Champs
The University of Central Florida wins third consecutive NCCDC title and takes a victory tour of Washington, D.C.
-When. Not If.
In the age of advanced cyber threats, enterprises should operate under an "assumption of compromise," accepting that breaches are a matter of “when, not if?”
-Raytheon Foreground Security (RFS)
Foreground’s Virtual Security Operations Center (V-SOC) and proprietary technologies offer unique advanced cyber monitoring, threat hunting and professional services capabilities.
-The Bot Defenders
Raytheon Deep Red team's self-healing system places fourth in DARPA's Cyber Grand Challenge.
-Op/Ed: Combat the Cyber Career Crunch
Raytheon IIS President Dave Wajsgras: The time is now to prevent a cybersecurity workforce crisis.
-Raytheon reports solid first-quarter 2016 earnings
The company's sales of $5.8 billion were up 9 percent over 2015
-Forcepoint names Matthew Moynahan CEO
Raytheon: Forcepoint names Matthew Moynahan CEO - Executive is a cybersecurity veteran
-Digital defense dynasty
University of Central Florida wins 2016 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, earning champion title third year in a row.
-Eliminating the Blind Spots
Converged Cyber standardizes data collection and eases the timely sharing of pertinent data without oversharing.
-Let the Cyber Games Begin
To prepare for the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, many schools battle in “Capture the Flag” contests.
-Cyber Hunters on the Prowl
Raytheon Foreground Security's virtual team stalks and stops stealthy cybersecurity attacks in their tracks.
-Filling the cyber talent gap
Raytheon announces women's cybersecurity scholarship valued at $90,000 over next three years.
-Firewalling the Fleet
The U.S. Navy has called for all hands on deck to battle cyber threats.
-Raytheon|Websense is now Forcepoint
Venture builds on successful integration of Raytheon Cyber Products, Websense and Stonesoft.
-Now Hiring: Cyber Defenders Needed
There are plenty of cybersecurity jobs for millennials. But finding well-qualified young adults for those positions is another story.
-Cybersecurity At 1:16th Scale
Raytheon engineers hacked a remote control toy truck to demonstrate how the company’s technology identifies vulnerabilities.
-Raytheon Acquires Foreground Security
Raytheon Company has acquired Herndon, Virginia-based Foreground Security.
-Our Shared Responsibility
Michael Kaiser, the executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, describes how National Cyber Security Awareness Month is helping people protect their information and finances.
-Ready. Aim. Test.
Raytheon unveiled its Cyber Operations, Development and Evaluation (CODE) Center, a state-of-the-art cyber range.
-Test Your Company's Cyber Smarts
Can your organization defend itself against a cyber attack? Take our interactive quiz to find out.