Data encryption for secure communications
Posted on 29 April 2014.
IGUANA Security launched the latest addition to its family of Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) solutions at Infosecurity Europe 2014.

IGUANAGreen is a commercial encryption solution designed to encrypt and protect sensitive data at the highest level, enabling secure communications across public IP networks. It's part of the IGUANA Security family of solutions, designed for the protection of critical networks and data assets, defending against the proliferation of complex cyber attacks.

Harnessing the power of IP networks has revolutionized the way businesses operate. From banks to hospitals to power plants, companies operating within our country’s CNI are increasingly using these networks to operate.

As the reliance on these networks grows, so does the frequency and complexity of the cyber attacks against them. Traditional methods of securing infrastructure and sensitive assets are no longer adequate and a more robust, future-proof line of defense is required to combat the evolving nature of cyber attacks.

IGUANAGreen, a flexible voice and data solution, and IGUANAGreen for Enterprise, a high-speed, low-latency device, offer hardware-based protection that results in an exceptionally small attack surface. This increases resilience to network attacks and malware, providing the most dependable protection for critical IT infrastructure.

Based on the same architecture and security aspects of Government Grade IP Encryption solutions, IGUANAGreen has been designed to provide commercial organizations the capability to securely send and receive sensitive information whilst harnessing the flexibility of local IP networks and protecting data from the increasing threat of cyber attack.

Using symmetric encryption keys, IGUANAGreen provides end-to-end protection of data across IP networks, ensuring all data remains uncompromised through the duration of delivery and guaranteeing the integrity, confidentiality and availability of sensitive information.


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