Swedish Armed Forces approves Farist Micro VPN-crypto device
Tutus Data is pleased to announce that the Färist Micro VPN-crypto device has been approved by the Swedish Armed Forces for the protection of classified communication over public networks. As the world's smallest VPN-crypto device, the Färist Micro offers completely new opportunities for secure mobile working. The target customers for the Färist Micro are organisations within the EU that handle classified and sensitive information.
The Färist Micro is a personal VPN-crypto device that offers organisations the possibility to build more mobile and flexible site networks without compromising security. The Färist product family, now including the Micro, meets several organisations' requirements for protected communications at the Restricted level.
"We regard the official approval of the Färist Micro as a major success for us that also benefits our customers. The Färist Micro, together with our other Färist products, makes it possible for us to offer a complete family of approved crypto solutions for systems with high requirements for security and assurance. The Färist Micro is built on the same security core as all other Färist products. This means that we can offer a new and unique product on the market with a robust and evaluated technology," says Jens Bohlin, CEO of Tutus Data.
Source: Tutus Data
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