Military Embedded Systems

Virtualized testing solution launched by Raytheon to assess cyber vulnerabilities


October 06, 2020

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

DULLES, Va. Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a Raytheon Technologies business, announced the launch of a new hardware emulation and software analysis tool called DejaVM that is designed to provide a virtualized environment to evaluate and reduce cyber threats against mission-critical systems in a modern networked space.

According to the company, DejaVM is intended to enable system-level cyber testing without requiring access to the limited number of highly specialized physical hardware assets. The tool aims to create an emulation environment that virtualizes complex systems to support automated cyber testing.

Raytheon claims that DejaVM focuses on improving software development, testing, and security via its analysis features.

DejaVM is intended to provide an infrastructure that can be used to virtualize systems to supply debugging capabilities not possible on the actual platform. The company claims that with DejaVM any code within the system could be debugged, memory could be modified, and vulnerabilities could be detected wherever they occur.


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