The products that come under the partnership include the new CN6000 encryptors designed to safeguard high-level information throughout the data’s lifecycle, SafeNet said Tuesday.
“This master distribution agreement is a major benefit to Senetas’ ability to reach key customers around the world and offer them outstanding on-the-ground support,” said Senetas CEO Andrew Wilson.
The partnership combines SafeNet’s technical and commercial experience with Senetas products and the latter’s data security offerings and customers.
The FIPS-certified CN is a family of Layer 2 network encryption solutions designed to protect data in motion at speeds of up to 10 Gbps, targeting applications for time-sensitive streams.
“With networks constantly evolving to best serve the zero-latency connectivity requirements with private and public cloud architectures, our ability to encrypt data at wire speeds is a necessity,” said Phil Saunders, executive vice president of global sales at SafeNet.