Raytheon recognized as a leading cybersecurity company on Cybersecurity Ventures Top 500 list

Dave Wajsgras, Raytheon

Dave Wajsgras, Raytheon

Raytheon was ranked No. 4 on the Cybersecurity Ventures 2018 Cybersecurity 500 that ranks the “hottest and most innovative” cybersecurity companies. The list is comprised of both startups and more established companies.

“We offer cybersecurity solutions to our global customers by integrating our defense industry knowledge and capabilities with some of the most advanced commercial technologies,” said Dave Wajsgras, president of Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services. “This honor recognizes and confirms our unique strategy.”

In addition to expanding its cybersecurity customer base internationally, Raytheon’s high ranking was attributed in part to the company’s win of the Development, Operations and Maintenance contract, known as DOMino. It was awarded by the Department of Homeland Security to protect the nation’s dot-gov domain and the networks of more than 100 federal government agencies, state and local governments, and 16 critical infrastructure sectors vital to U.S. national security.

Raytheon Cyber continues to impress the global cybersecurity community,” said Steve Morgan, founder and editor-in-chief of Cybersecurity Ventures. “The company’s continual expansion, key industry partnerships, thought leadership and contributions to advancing STEM education led to their placement on the 2018 edition of the Cybersecurity 500.”

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