Government

Secure Conferencing Beyond Mass-Market Software

April 29, 2020

The global pandemic has forced workers and executives across industries to transition to remote work. Many organizations need more than commercially available conferencing tools to keep their conversations secure.
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Announcements

REDCOM teams up with Base Camp Connect to supply the Canadian Department of National Defence with tactical communications systems

April 15, 2020

REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., in partnership with Base Camp Connect, has received an order for upwards of $3M from the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) and Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) to supply tactical communications systems.
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Government

REDCOM featured in April 2020 issue of Army Magazine

March 25, 2020

REDCOM is a national partner with the Association of the United States Army, and we were just featured in the April 2020 issue of ARMY magazine.
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Government

Mitigation of Insider Threat Begins and Ends with Security Culture

March 16, 2020 | By: Collin Sweeney

Two of the largest data breaches in recent United States history were carried out by malicious insiders. Improving security culture by becoming proficient in the basics of security and promoting its importance within our working communities is the first and most important step toward mitigating insider threat.
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History

Code of Honor: History of the Navajo Code Talkers in WWII

March 10, 2020

The Navajo Code Talkers were an elite group of men that were sent to Marine divisions stationed in the Pacific. During the first 48 hours of the Battle of Iwo Jima, they coded over 600 transmissions with impeccable accuracy and speed unmatched by coding machines.
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History

Code of Honor: Navajo Code Talkers on Iwo Jima

February 19, 2020

Throughout the battle of Iwo Jima during WWII, Marines were able to openly send and receive encoded messages by radio or by tactical telephone thanks to the efforts of the “Navajo Code Talkers”. Were it not for the Navajos, the Marines would never have taken Iwo Jima.
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Military

How REDCOM Secures the Mission Part 4: Ease of Use

February 6, 2020

REDCOM takes a holistic, multi-layer approach to security that goes beyond typical measures such as encryption and validation. Here we address REDCOM’s stance on overall mission security, which necessitates a strong focus on ease of use.
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Military

How REDCOM Secures the Mission Part 3: Interoperability

January 31, 2020

REDCOM takes a holistic, multi-layer approach to security that goes beyond typical measures such as encryption and validation. Here we address REDCOM’s stance on overall mission security, which necessitates a strong focus on interoperability.
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Military

How REDCOM Secures the Mission Part 2: Resiliency

January 21, 2020

REDCOM takes a holistic, multi-layer approach to security that goes beyond typical measures such as encryption and validation. Here we address REDCOM’s stance on overall mission security, which necessitates a strong focus on resiliency.
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Announcements

REDCOM signs MDIT as a strategic partner and integrator

January 20, 2020

REDCOM is pleased to announce the addition of Maximum Data Infrastructure Technologies, Inc. (MDIT) as a strategic partner and integrator in the Philippines. As a partner and system integrator for REDCOM, MDIT will be able to expand the company’s presence, support, and deployments within the military, national government agencies, and local government units.
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Public Safety

Response to: Catastrophic disasters could hit millions of Americans in the coming years. What can the Army do?

A recent article published in the ArmyTimes highlights the requirements of the Army and Army entities in the aftermath of domestic catastrophic incidents but fails to touch on the importance of re-establishing communications.
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