Oracle has obtained security accreditation for five Enterprise Session Board Controllers designed to secure communications between government networks.
The company said Monday the Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 certification seeks to validate the capability of its E-SBCs to shield internet protocol networks from cybersecurity threats.
“We are proud to have met this high standard so we can continue to help customers protect their most sensitive information — whether a government agency, federal contractor or an enterprise operating in a highly-regulated industry,” said Doug Suriano, senior vice president and general manager at Oracle‘s communications business.
The FIPS 140-2 is a security standard jointly run by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Communications Security Establishment of Canada to verify the capacity of cryptographic modules to protect sensitive government and military data in telecommunications and computer systems.
The accredited E-SBCs include Acme Packet VME; Acme Packet 1100; Acme Packet 3900; Acme Packet 4600; and Acme Packet 6300.