RTX, Intel merge to create Nightwing in cyber business sale

April 2, 2024
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Article Summary


  • RTX cybersecurity and intelligence division sold, now known as Nightwing.
  • Nightwing features RTX alumni in its leadership.

In a recent development, the cybersecurity and intelligence division of RTX has been sold and rebranded as Nightwing. The standalone company, not connected to the defense contractor, was announced following a $1.3 billion arrangement. Led by RTX alumni, Nightwing touts its expertise with “40 years in the making.”

The second-largest defense contractor, RTX earned substantial revenue in 2021 and 2022. The Virginia-based company’s cybersecurity and intelligence division is now under the leadership of key personnel from RTX, ensuring continuity and expertise in the new venture.

This shift in ownership and branding indicates a new chapter for the former RTX cybersecurity and intelligence division, now operating independently as Nightwing with a focus on its long-standing experience in the industry.

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