SafeNet High Speed Encryptors are NATO Approved
The SafeNet Ethernet Encryptor CN6100, SafeNet Ethernet/FC Encryptor 6040, SafeNet Ethernet Encryptor CN6010 and the SafeNet Ethernet Encryptor CN4010 have been approved for NATO Restricted use by NATO member states. The NATO approval - and subsequent inclusion of the company's products in the NATO Information Assurance Product Catalogue - allows the encryptors to be supplied to agencies of up to all 28 NATO member states for government and defense use.
Click here to access the NIAPC site showing a list of approved encryptors, listed under Senetas. Senetas and Gemalto partner to deliver the world’s best High Speed Encryption appliances. Gemalto and Senetas have an extended global distribution agreement in which Gemalto distributes Senetas’ high speed network encryption solutions across the globe.
It is expected that the SafeNet Ethernet Encryptor CN4020, will be included shortly.
In addition to the NATO approval, the SafeNet High Speed Encrytors also hold certifications by leading organizations such as FIPS (USA) and Common Criteria (International).
This further extends SafeNet High Speed Encryptors’ high-assurance capabilities to provide maximum data protection for security-conscious organizations. Formal security hardware certification by the various international independent and government certification across the globe are increasingly being seen as a point of differentiation by security vendors, which are shoring up their credentials to reassure customers about the integrity of their data within cloud and other environments.
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