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February 12, 2017
Raytheon, Utilidata to provide cybersecurity for power utilities
Washington (UPI) Feb 8, 2017
Raytheon is collaborating with Utilidata to deliver defense-grade cybersecurity capabilities to power utilities. In a statement announcing the partnership, Raytheon says power utility companies have expressed interest in upgrading their cyber defenses. To deliver this capability, Utilidata is to provide threat detection and response technologies, while Raytheon will supply automation, threat hunting and managed security services. "With this alliance, Raytheon will expand our presence in ... read more

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