Approval up to and including AUT GEHEIM/SECRET for Advenica’s SecuriVPN ISA and SecuriVPN Arana
Advenica’s SecuriVPN network encryptor product family receives approval for the ISA and Arana products from the Austrian Ministry of Defence (MoD) National Communication Security Authority (NCSA) for protecting information at the highest security level.
In today’s world, many government and defense organisations have explicit requirements and needs to ensure information confidentiality, integrity and authenticity of data sent on communication networks. The SecuriVPN network encryptor products provide functionality for establishing secure communication of classified information over open networks, such as the Internet, while protecting against interception, replay attacks and manipulation of information. In addition, SecuriVPN utilises Three Domain Separation technology, patented by Advenica, to guarantee the separation between the sensitive data traffic and system administration, effectively eliminating data leakage during administration while ensuring data integrity.
Advenica's state-of-the art network encryptor products SecuriVPN ISA and SecuriVPN Arana, received approval from the Austrian MoD, Abwehramt/NCSA to protect information up to and including the security level AUT GEHEIM/SECRET.
“After conducting an extensive evaluation, NCSA has decided to approve the SecuriVPN ISA and SecuriVPN Arana for protection of information AUT GEHEIM/SECRET level”, says the Austrian Ministry of Defence (MoD), Abwehramt/NCSA.
“We are extremely proud that the SecuriVPN network encryptors have been approved by the Austrian authorities to protect classified information at highest information security level. The approval validates and strengthens Advenicas position as a leading European provider of innovative cybersecurity solutions”, says Stefan Chevul, Product Manager, Advenica AB.
For further information, please contact: Einar Lindquist, CEO Advenica AB, +46 (0)704 29 98 39, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Abwehramt – Austrian Armed Forces Security Agency
The Armed Forces Security Agency (AFSA) is responsible for security within the Austrian Armed Forces. The AFSA identifes all threats to military security and implements appropiate countermeasures.
To ensure security of classified information as well as information security, information processed by any Austrian Armed Forces ICT-system is protected according to its classification level. Therefore the Security Accredidation Authority, the National Communication Security Authority and the Tempest Authority are implemented in the AFSA.
Advenica is a leading European provider of cybersecurity. Advenica develops, manufactures and sells advanced cyber security solutions that prevent intrusions, theft and data leakage at information exchanges and therefore enables interaction between and within nations, organisations and systems with high security requirements. www.advenica.com
Advenica AB is a publicly traded company listed on Nasdaq OMQ First North Premier with the name ADVE. Certified Adviser is Erik Penser Bankaktiebolag. www.penser.se