NSA Certifies General Dynamics C4 Systems Encryptor

Mike Guzelian, General Dynamics C4 Systems

The National Security Agency has certified General Dynamics C4 Systems‘ KG-530 SONET OC-768C in-line network encryptor to secure information classified to the Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information level and below.

The KG-530 significantly reduces network delay or latency commonly experienced when working with large quantities of classified information. The encryptor secures large image, data and video files at a full 40 gigabits per second across authorized U.S. military and government Synchronous Optical Networks networks.

Mike Guzelian, vice president of secure voice and data products for General Dynamics C4 Systems, said the KG-530 adds an an unparallelled high-speed layer of protection for U.S. cyber networks by processing large files up to four times faster than existing encryptors.

 

 

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