Salt Lake City-based Raytheon Oakley Systems, a provider of security software, said Thursday that it will integrate its products with security software provider McAfee. Raytheon said it will integrate its user activity monitoring, investigation, and forensics software with McAfee's ePolicy Orchestrator product. Raytheon said it has joined McAfee's Security Innovation Alliance technology partnering program as part of that effort. Raytheon's said it plans on connecting its SureView products and InnerView products into McAfee's security software. Both are used for monitoring web traffic, email, and other network activity.
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Raytheon Oakley Ties Into McAfee