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NSA Approves General Dynamics Encryptor for Top Secret Use on Vehicles, Data Centers, Remote Command Posts

CyberGridThe National Security Agency has awarded General Dynamics C4 Systems’ new TACLANE-1G encryptor the Top Secret level and below certification, IB Times reports.

TACLANE is compatible for securing networks between vehicles, data centers and remote command posts, General Dynamics C4 Systems Secure Voice and Data Products vice president Mike Guzelian said.

He added that that the Defense Department and other agencies already have access to the GEM X encryptor manager through which it can be remotely controlled.

With the certification, it can now be deployed and remotely controlled to alert network personnel of potential threats, detect packet messages and enhanced routing capabilities.

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