Advanced Cryptography for Government | Aruba Networks

By: Aruba Networks  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Mobile Devices, Access Privileges, Network Resources

With hundreds of secure, government-validated networks deployed, Aruba stands alone as the leading provider of enterprise-class wireless LAN (WLAN) solutions to the U.S. government.

Government agencies now recognize that commercial mobile devices – laptops, tablets and smartphones – deliver many of the same efficiencies and modernization benefits that enterprise organizations enjoy.

Aruba is the only company to combine advanced WLAN technology, military-grade cryptography and security certification compliance to safely allow these mobile devices to access networks that handle sensitive but unclassified, confidential and classified information.

At the same time, Aruba MOVE™ allows secure mobility by linking access privileges to a user’s unique identity and by employing all forms of standards-based security, including NSA-specified Suite B encryption. That means authorized users get secure access to network resources based on who they are – no matter where they are, what devices they use or how they connect.

Keywords: Access Privileges, Mobile Devices, Network Resources

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