Jim Jensen: Satcom Direct’s New Data Center to Offer Multiplatform Security Services

security lock chipSatcom Direct has launched a data center services company that offers cybersecurity, colocation and cloud computing services to enterprise customers, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Monday.

John Keller writes TerraCom Direct runs a facility in Melbourne, Florida, and aims to help organizations monitor data traffic and detect malicious threats.

Jim Jensen, founder and CEO of Satcom Direct, said the TerraCom data center is also built to secure data gathered from air, ground and maritime platforms, according to the report.

Rich Pilock, president of TerraCom Direct, added the company also seeks to help customers establish private networks as well as migrate their systems to cloud infrastructure, according to Keller’s article.

TerraCom’s offerings are designed to comply with federal information security policies and service organization control reporting standards.

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