Applied Communications Sciences Builds Mobile Connectivity, Data Storage Tools; Petros Mouchtaris Comments

applied communication sciencesApplied Communications Sciences has unveiled two platforms that seek to help customers address security issues when storing data in smart devices and connecting to mobile networks.

Mobile Data Storage works to encrypt sensitive information used in the healthcare, emergency services, military and the financial services industries, ACS said Oct. 2.

That technology is also meant to integrate with user applications and is designed for single-access control to storage content, ACS says.

Petros Mouchtaris, ACS chief operating officer and head of applied research, said the company builds technology to prevent cyber attacks on smart devices.

ACS’ Mobile VPN Suite intends for mobile devices to connect to any network without disrupting a user’s Internet Protocol session and works to automatically create an ad hoc Wi-Fi network in the event of a disaster, the company says.

Both ACS offerings will be on display at IEEE MILCOM, a military and commercial communications technology event scheduled for Nov. 18 through Nov. 20 in San Diego.

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