UPI on a Raytheon opening a new cyber-technology center aimed at assisting the U.S. government and other nations:

A cybersecurity research, testing and demonstration center has been opened near Washington, D.C., by Raytheon.

The Global Cyber Solutions Center, or GCSC, is located in Sterling, Va., and will enable U.S. government agencies, other nations and major global companies to understand how to best protect their networks and apply the latest cyber-technologies and approaches to their existing cybersecurity programs.

“The GCSC creates a unique environment for our customers to understand and experience comprehensive cybersecurity solutions that address the increased threats associated with the Internet of Things, the rapidly rising use of mobile devices, and ever more reliance on cloud computing,” said David Wajsgras, president of Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services. “This new center is important part of the company’s strategy to support our customers and expand our global cyber-security business.”