What does the latest Government Security Classification Policy mean to you?
Ultra Electronics AEP gears up for changes to Government Classification Policy
From April 2nd 2014, the new UK Government Security Classifications will apply to information assets. The changes see the previous five protective marking classifications reduced to three Tiers - OFFICIAL, SECRET and TOP SECRET. These Tiers apply to all information that UK Government collects, stores, processes, generates or shares to deliver services and conduct business.
For more information on how these changes will impact your business, please download our datasheet and FAQ
The only HSM wholly certified to FIPS 140-2 LEVEL 4 and Common Criteria EAL4+, chosen by ICANN to protect the root of the Internet and used to Sign many of the Internet Top Level Domains (TLD's). To view the ICAAN key singing ceremony
AEP Keyper HSM now integrates with Oracle Advanced Security Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), as an option for Oracle Database 12c - Master encryption keys can be stored entirely separately from the existing database
AEP XKC a small and discrete encryptor, powered by USB. A remote access solution, CESG CAPS approved to CONFIDENTIAL. Now available and upgradable to SMART option, enabling users to self configure any available Wi-Fi hotspot.
AEP X-Kryptor PRIME is the available in Q1 2014 and is expected to be certified for government use at RESTRICTED/OFFICIAL level via CPA
AEP PayGate Online a web- based payment service. The web portal provides access to the PayGate feature-rich payment processing gateway. And with no software or hardware to maintain and low, predictable running costs, you’ll see a rapid return on investment.
AEP SecComm In-Vehicle CESG CAPS approved secure, feature rich multi-bearer mobile data comms, providing an encrypted two-way information flow between remote vehicles and command and control centres.