Trenton Systems has collaborated with cybersecurity solutions provider FUTURA Cyber to avail customers with access control security management for FIPS 140-2 self-encrypting drives (SEDs).
FREMONT, CA: Trenton Systems, a leading designer and manufacturer of ruggedized, secure computer systems for defense, aerospace, test and measurement, industrial automation, and other major industries, has entered into a partnership with cybersecurity solutions company FUTURA Cyber. Both companies aim to provide their customers with access control security management for FIPS 140-2 self-encrypting drives (SEDs) through this partnership.
FUTURA Cyber is a leading provider of intelligent, scalable solutions to complex cybersecurity problems. The company's offerings include storage access control and key management solutions, security orchestration and automation solutions, cybersecurity advisory services, and incident response services. FUTURA is a Seagate Government Solutions partner and was recently awarded a U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Phase I SBIR Contract.
"FUTURA Cyber is led by people with an unparalleled depth and experience in cybersecurity, software, and systems engineering," said Sean Campbell, Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development at Trenton Systems. "Their storage access control and key management solutions are cornerstones to the entire security and information technology infrastructure of government organizations, and are a critical component to aligning Trenton's secure embedded solutions offerings. These technologies will become an integral part of a holistic, strategic cybersecurity plan that Trenton customers can count on and trust."
"FUTURA Cyber is focused on providing solutions for complex cyber security problems and teaming with cutting-edge solution partners like Trenton Systems," said Jim Geary, President of FUTURA Cyber. "Collaborating on Trenton's secure embedded solutions is an exciting next step towards broadening our partner portfolio."
The newly found partnership with FUTURA will enable Trenton to strengthen its cybersecurity protections at the hardware level.
"Our goal with this partnership is to make our rugged computers even more resilient to cyberattacks by helping customers manage their FIPS 140-2 self-encrypting hard disk drives and solid-state drives with access control and key management protection through FUTURA's Drive Security Manager (DSM)," said Kimberly Carter, Strategic Account Manager at Trenton Systems.
Trenton Systems is highly aware of the increasing need for FIPS 140-2-certified hard disk drives and solid-state drives within military programs and demanding mission-critical applications. Through trusted partnerships with top-notch cybersecurity companies like FUTURA Cyber, the company is working to incorporate FIPS 140-2-validated drives and related access control and key management solutions into its systems to help customers further tighten the protection of their controlled unclassified data-at-rest.