November 2, 2015
To comply with NIST encryption standards and better manage cryptographic keys, agencies need a solid “crypto foundation.”
August 26, 2015
Government Security News
For most of the information security industry, protection usually means trying to prevent a breach of your IT system. Today, however, it’s not so much if an IT system will be breached, but when. It’s more important than ever to keep unprotected data out of unauthorized hands. That, in turn, means focusing on data encryption.
August 17, 2015
SafeNet Assured Technologies
New Hardware Security Modules for Government are Derived from Industry-Leading Technology and are Manufactured, Sold, and Supported in the United States Exclusively by SafeNet Assured Technologies
July 29, 2015
Netherlands-based digital security firm Gemalto closed its $890 million purchase of SafeNet in January of this year and shortly afterward officially launched a new subsidiary focused on the U.S. federal market — SafeNet Assured Technologies.
June 24, 2015
Commentary: Assured information sharing addresses five key agency objectives, one expert says.
May 13, 2015
At a time of heightened concern about attacks on U.S. computer networks, the federal government might be expected to frown on a foreign takeover of one its cybersecurity contractors.
The $890 million acquisition last year of Maryland-based SafeNet by European digital security giant Gemalto was approved in January, although extraordinary actions had to be taken in order to allow the newly acquired company to remain a government contracto
May 7, 2015
Government Security News
As we’ve seen by recently reported hacks of healthcare networks, security breaches are becoming commonplace. Attacks on secure networks can come from internal or external sources. “Breach prevention” is no longer a workable strategy.
April 9, 2015
Baltimore Business Journal
SafeNet Assured Technologies is moving into a new office and hiring after being spun off from its parent company, SafeNet Inc.
March 24, 2015
Acquisitions are good: they add capabilities, new customers and contracts, hard workers and a boatload of new revenue. But for one company, an acquisition almost cost them their entire federal business.
March 20, 2015
Government contractors can't afford to lose any business with federal budgets being as shaky as they are. So when a French company wanted to buy SafeNet Assured Technologies (potentially making customers nervous about working with a contractor owned by a foreign entity) president Kirk Spring knew he had to do something.