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Clavister Sign Partner Agreement With a Major Global Provider of Military Communications Technology

  • Partnership will see companies work on joint embedded security solutions for critical communication systems

Clavister (STO:CLAV), a leader in high-performance network security, today announced a partnership with a major global provider of secure military communications technology, to develop a new range of communication platforms for mobile systems with built in security technologies from Clavister.

Working in partnership with the organisation, that has substantial market penetration and customer base and with a multi billion Euro turnover, Clavister will deliver advanced, embedded security solutions to secure critical communications infrastructure and command and control systems against data interception and next-generation threats. The announcement follows a long development process that has now reached a critical phase in bringing the solution to market.

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Jim Carlsson, CEO of Clavister said: “Attacks aimed at disrupting infrastructure and communications continue to grow. Protecting against these threats will require security that is embedded into the devices themselves, to create distributed but secure environments. We look forward to working on this project to develop advanced, flexible security solutions that can keep pace with the constantly changing threat landscape, and protect a wide range of devices and platforms against attacks. Deliveries have already started to the customer in the bracket of 100,000 EUR. We see exciting opportunities with our partner with multiple clients”

Source : Clavister - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: Feb 13, 2015


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