So Raytheon, which used to make vaccum tubes, is now an expert on security
Apparently through lots of acquisitions rather than any innate capability. Same as Lockheed, Boeing, etc. Trying to beef up their portfolios in times of Global Terror.
Defense contractor Raytheon said it will be providing IT security for more than 100 US government agencies in a deal valued at upwards of $1bn. Raytheon said the billion-dollar contract, reportedly set to run for five to seven years, will include development and support of cybersecurity protections for the Department of …
Another billion dollars wasted by Uncle Sam. With umpteen million employees you'd think Sam would have someone who was smart enough to install Norton or Avast or the like. Too bad they're not smart enough to take ALL private, confidential, secret, or personal data off the internet and distribute it over dedicate lines as they used to do. And anyone who's ever been around spiders or NatGeo knows just how holey a net and web are.
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