CPU Tech and Mocana Deliver Next-Generation Secure Embedded Platforms for Military

By JDavis | 4/18/11 5:08 AM

Mocana and CPU Tech, a leader in trusted and secure processing solutions, announced on Monday that they have partnered to build confidentiality, integrity and authentication features directly into the Acalis Sentry product line.

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Government Certifies First Android Crypto Software with NSA Suite B

By Mocana | 6/1/10 1:29 PM

Official FIPS 140-2 Validation for Mocana NanoCrypto Android Should Make it Easier for Military, Government and Contractors to Specify Android Devices

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Mocana announces First Government-Certified Crypto for iPhone, iPad

By Mocana | 4/5/10 10:30 AM

FIPS 140-2 Validation for Mocana NanoCrypto™ Removes An Obstacle to Federal Purchases of Apple Devices "Off the Shelf"

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 5, 2010 -- Mocana Corporation, a company that focuses on securing non-PC connected devices, today announced that it has earned the government's first FIPS 140-2 level one validation for an encryption product running on the Apple iPhone or iPad.

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Syn-Tech Selects Mocana to Secure Department of Defense Fuel Systems and Handhelds

By Mocana | 2/4/10 7:35 AM

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 27, 2010 -- Syn-Tech Systems, Inc., a dynamic defense and commercial engineering design and manufacturing firm specializing in materials handling, munitions support and automated fuel management systems, today announced a partnership with Mocana to secure fueling systems and associated ruggedized handhelds for the Department of Defense. Syn-Tech is using Mocana’s NanoCrypto device integrity software to encrypt RF communications between the mobile handheld devices and the data collection system mounted in fueling vehicles in the Syn-Tech Fuelmaster® Automated Point of Sale Device and Commercial Automated Data Capture systems. The device gathers billing information and sales transaction data and sends it via 2.4Ghz RF back to their office application. These systems are used by the Department of Defense and commercial fuel suppliers to capture fuel sales.

The announcement is timely, given the recent revelations in the Wall Street Journal of Iraqi and Afghan insurgents' repeated interceptions of unencrypted satellite downlinks from the military's fleet of Predator unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs. Military and commercial contractors alike are on notice to encrypt all sensitive dataflows, especially those as logistically strategic as fuel consumption and distribution statistics which could be used by enemies to predict troop movements and deployment strength.

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