Government

When is the network not really the network?

December 10, 2018

DISA is moving forward with the idea of using remote browser technologies to provide isolation between DoD networks and the Internet. While this cyber strategy won’t eliminate the risk altogether, the new architecture will increase security posture.
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Government

Evaluating Encryption Schemes for Use in Secure Multi-Party VoIP Conferencing

December 4, 2018

REDCOM Research Assistant Collin Sweeney has authored a provoking white paper on different encryption schemes for secure, multi-party VoIP conferencing products. He addresses the current failure of the market to secure, real-time, n-party VoIP teleconferencing for private and commercial use. Interested in learning more? Download the white paper!
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Government

Quantum Computing and Secure Voice Encryption

October 26, 2018

As new advancements are beginning to allow quantum computers to approach market-readiness, cybersecurity professionals are beginning to address their security frameworks and the potential for post-quantum resistant encryption schemes.
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Government

An Introduction to Cryptography and the Public Key Infrastructure

March 12, 2018

REDCOM Sales Engineer Mike Gates wrote a great primer on how cryptography works. For anyone curious about the fundamentals, this is a quick and worthwhile read.
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Press Releases

REDCOM lauded for work on Internal Communications System for Astute Class Submarines

July 1, 2008

REDCOM received the L3 Communications/Henschel “Outstanding Supplier” Award for their ongoing work on the Internal Communications System (ICS) for the Astute Class of Submarines of the Royal Navy. REDCOM has also been noted for their efforts on the ICS project by BAE Systems Submarine Solutions. BAE Systems is responsible for the overall development of the Astute Class submarines.
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