The direction by President Donald Trump to make U.S. Cyber Command a unified combatant command enables the command to equip its forces, making this a business opportunity for the likes of Raytheon and BAE Systems, which have positioned themselves as leaders in the market. For example, Raytheon has acquired 14 cyber companies since 2007. In the coming year, the Pentagon is asking for a 16% increase in Cyber Command’s budget for 2018. The command will host its first industry day for ...

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