ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT), a global broadband services and technology company, today announced the ViaSat KG-250XS and IPS-250X secure network encryptors are now National Security Agency (NSA)-certified.
As a leader in tactical communications networking for classified information, ViaSat offers the lowest size, weight and power (SWaP) rugged Type 1 High Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptor (HAIPE®) providing the most flexibility at the tactical edge. The Company is proud to highlight its latest NSA-certified network encryption products, including:
"For decades, ViaSat has been safeguarding U.S. government, military and defense missions by securing classified information sent over IP," said Jerry Goodwin, chief operating officer, Government Systems Division, ViaSat. "Achieving NSA certification on our latest encryption products, the KG-250XS and IPS-250X, is another important milestone in expanding ViaSat's cyber defense portfolio to give warfighters great flexibility in how they securely communicate with commanders, regardless of where their mission takes them."
Support for Secure Network Design and Monitoring
High grade encryptors deployed in a secure architecture are one of the key tools available to protect an organization's network. ViaSat currently provides expert support to organizations that are designing secure networks resistant to cyber threats. The Company also provides secure network monitoring to meet an organization's specific security requirements.
Source: ViaSat, Inc.
Date: Aug 10, 2016