U.S. Navy begins rolling out of Route1’s secure remote access solutions

Route1, a security and identity management company,
announced that the United States Navy has ordered 1,206 subscriptions of its
comprehensive solutions, which are in this process of being provisioned.

This deployment for the U.S. Navy is comprised of Route1’s
private communications and service delivery platform, the DEFIMNET, its
TruOFFICE application software, and its MobiKEY Fusion device.

We are very pleased with the continued interest and
procurement of Route1’s proven security and identity assurance solutions across
the U.S. Navy, and are honored to answer the call for secure remote access and
identity management from this branch of the U.S. military,” said Tony Busseri,
CEO, Route1.

Route l’s solutions portfolio is unique as it combines
leading-edge cryptographic technology with a simple view of data security. The
company believe that secure remote access is best delivered by keeping the data
inside the “fortress” and by first identifying the actual user, not
the user’s computer.


Route1 is to count the U.S. Navy
among the myriad government and multinational enterprises around the world that
Route1 helps to defend against data leaks and security breaches, while reducing
costs to provide remote access functionality.

The company expects the U.S. Navy’s usage of the Route1
Solution to continue to expand and expects the maximum number of permissible
TruOFFICE application software licenses and associated users registered with
the DEFIMNET platform of 5,000, to be procured and provisioned during the
fourth quarter of the current calendar year.

These 5,000 members of the U.S. Navy will be empowered to
access their digital resources remotely without risk of their data being

Under the terms of the June 2011 agreement between the
outside contractor with which Route1 has secured this order, Route1 is selling
its integrated security and identity management solutions to the outside
contractor, which is reselling the Route1 Solution to the U.S. Navy to address
the need for universal, secure remote access to digital resources and sensitive

By Telecomlead.com Team
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