German embassies connected by secure network

Monday, 22 December 2003, 3:22 PM EST

By connecting the German embassies in Hanoi, Libreville, Nairobi, Taipei and Tirana, Secunet has successfully completed a global Gigabit Ethernet network of the German Federal Foreign Office.

Secunet is already a big name in Germany: the company provides secure networks for two thirds of the top 30 companies quoted in the German Stock Index (DAX), as well as international blue-chip customers like Credit Suisse, ING, Master Card and Novartis. Its focus on public-key infrastructures (PKI), virtual private networks (VPN) and security management. It also developed networks for the German Information Security Agency (BSI) and almost all of its technology is approved for the classification ‘NATO Secret’.

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