Government Technology Featured Article
July 06, 2012
Route1 Introduces eStore, Online Marketplace for Its Products
By Arvind Arora, TMCnet Contributor
With the ever increasing number of threats to the online security of vital data and resources, companies have been relying upon means to access their data in a secure and remote manner.
Route1, a provider of advanced security and identity management solutions for offering secure access to a range of digital resources and sensitive data, has announced to introduce its eStore, and online marketplace for its products and services. Customers of the company comprise of a variety of businesses, government and military organizations such as the U.S. Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Energy, the Department of the Interior and the Canadian Government. Route1 offers an advanced communications and service delivery platform, named MobiNET that provides secure identification and individualized access to networks and data.
The company is based in Toronto, Canada and deploys FIPS 140-2 cryptographic modules to follow the strict regulatory requirements for privacy and security in a streamlined manner. eStore of Route1 enables the enterprises of all sizes to make online purchase of its advanced cybersecurity and teleworking solutions that are helpful in gaining secure, remote access to critical data files and information.
MobiKEY solution of Route1 is available online at a price less than $500 per user, and can be installed without making any changes in the network or hardware. The solution features a MobiKEY Classic device and one-year TruOFFICE subscription. With the help of MobiKEY, enterprises can provide their employees to enjoy the same working experience that they have at their office, and can be used at their existing PCs or laptops. Further, it ensures that the data exchanged during the remote interaction within network’s perimeter and firewall. Without having to purchase any additional servers, the MobiKEY solution can be used at relatively much less bandwidth consumption with the average bandwidth usage per connected user being just 20 kbps.
“As a global community, we face a hurricane of cyber threats, security breaches and other electronic attacks,” commented Tony Busseri, chief executive officer at Route1. “In this volatile environment, it is imperative that government, public and private enterprises of all shapes and sizes have access to the resources that will help them protect their critical information and data files. With the launch of the Route1 eStore, we are making a proven, cost-effective, reliable solution for secure, remote access – the MobiKEY – available to law firms, banks, credit unions, insurance companies, medical professionals, and small-to-medium-size businesses.”
In May 2012, Route1 Inc. announced that the Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command has notified the Program Manager for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet or ‘NMCI’ that an Interim Authorization to Operate or ‘IATO’ was recently granted for the “Unclassified DEFIMNET MobiKEY Secure Remote Access Solution” on the Unclassified NMCI Enterprise.
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Edited by Rich Steeves
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