The company said the TACLANE MultiBook laptop is designed for government, agency and state and local law enforcement users and other related organizations.
According to Chris Marzilli, president of C4 systems, users would need to have at least three information security devices to obtain the same level of security provided by TACLANE.
TACLANE operates simultaneously on unclassified and classified networks and securely on the public Internet and is considered a cryptographic high valued product.
CHVP devices have less stringent handling requirements than a controlled cryptographic item, according to the company.
It also protects information stored in the computer’s solid-state drive using the ProtecD@R® technology and enables secure interoperability with U.S. government and military networks, the company said.
NSA recently approved the company’s ProtecD@R encryptor for securing classified information, imagery, video and other information.