Advenica receives FMV encryption products order
Advenica has received an order worth $2.2 million from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to provide hardware encrypted Virtual Private Network (VPN) products, the company announced on 9 May.
Advenica’s hardware encrypted products are based on its patented VPN technology and meet the Swedish armed forces' requirements for the communication of Top Secret information.
Network encryption enables national security agencies to create encrypted tunnels, VPN, through open networks. The encryption prevents all unauthorised data access and manipulation, making it possible to exchange classified information safely.
Einar Lindquist, CEO, Advenica, said: ‘Cyber defence plays an increasingly important part for countries’ security in today’s politically volatile world. This requires military-grade solutions to safeguard the most critical information.
'With quantum secure technology, user-friendliness, exceptional reliability and high assurance, Advenica’s products are unique on the market.'
Delivery will take place in the second quarter of 2018.
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