DoD Puts SafeNet Encryption Tech on Approved Products List

The Defense Department has certified SafeNet Assured Technologies‘ encryption technology designed to secure data across an Ethernet network.

SafeNet said Wednesday its CN9000 series of encryptors can be found on the DoD Information Network Approved Products List under the fixed network element category.

The approval signifies that the technology has met the department’s interoperability and information assurance requirements.

Kirk Spring, president of SafeNet, said CN9000 works to protect data center interconnect, disaster recovery links and provider networks without affecting network performance.

The company offers the encryption product in two models that are designed to support transceiver interfaces.

The Defense Information Systems Agency maintains the list of products authorized for deployment on DoD networks.

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