Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp.
Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp. engages in the research and development of networking, information security, critical infrastructure security, and signal processing solutions. It offers AVOKE Analytics, a cloud-based whole call recording and analytics solution; BBN Broadcast Monitoring System, which creates a searchable archive of international television broadcasts; BBN TransTalk, a portable two-way translation device; and BBN Web Monitoring System Version 2, a solution for collecting, organizing, and translating open source content from the worldwide Web. The company also provides Boomerang shooter detection system, which pinpoints incoming small arms fire from the shooter; Boomerang Air h...
10 Moulton Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Founded in 1948
Key Executives for Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp. Key Developments
Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp. Wins $18.58 Million Federal Contract
Jun 12 14
Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp., Cambridge, Massachusetts, won an $18,584,450 federal contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Arlington, Virginia, for research and development services on retroactive array for coherent transmission.
Raytheon BBN Technologies Developing New Approach to Cyber Defense DARPA's Plan X Aims
Dec 16 13
Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp. is working on the Plan X program, which seeks to help U.S. government agencies plan, execute and assess cyber network operations. Plan X is an entirely new approach for planning and executing cyber operations. Raytheon BBN is developing network mapping and graph analysis technologies under a $6 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract. The Raytheon BBN system will continually assimilate network information to create a multi-dimensional, single interface to enable planning of cyber operations.
Raytheon BBN Technologies and GrammaTech, Inc. Collaborate to Help U.S. Government Prevent Malware in it Devices
Dec 9 13
Raytheon BBN Technologies and GrammaTech, Inc. are collaborating on a $4.8 million contract award under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's VET program. The VET (Vetting Commodity IT Software and Firmware) program seeks to help U.S. government agencies address the threat of malicious code and hidden ‘backdoor’ access in commodity IT devices. Mobile phones, network routers, computer workstations and other networked devices can be secretly modified to function in unintended ways or spy on users. The funding was awarded Sept. 26, 2013. Under the program, GrammaTech and Raytheon BBN intend to develop tools and techniques to enable organizations to inspect the software and firmware that exist inside such network-enabled devices and protect them from attack. Raytheon BBN Technologies plans to develop techniques that enable analysts to prioritize elements of software and firmware to examine for hidden malicious functionality. GrammaTech plans to develop the tools that actually examine the software and firmware to allow analysts to demonstrate that they do not have exploitable security vulnerabilities.
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