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Secure communications and access for Govern-ment data and systems

White House Executive Order 14028 and a special memorandum mandate that all U.S. federal agencies adopt a Zero Trust access framework and prepare for quantum-safe encryption.

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Secure communications
and access for Government
and systems

White House Executive Order 14028 and a special memorandum mandate
that all U.S. federal agencies adopt a Zero Trust access framework and prepare
for quantum-safe encryption.

Request demo Contact us


Identify & track all IDs

Stay always up-to-date about which human and machine identities have privileged access to what sensitive data or infrastructure, at what level, why and when.


Collaborate securely

Send, share, sign, collect, collaborate on and transmit data between internal and external stakeholders with quantum-safe encryption and by verifying the sender and the recipient.


Disarm credential risk

Control passwords and encryption keys with unique just-in-time Zero Trust Access Management that allows migration to passwordless and keyless authentication.

Meet SOX, DFAR, HIPAA and other requirements to comply with regulations

To help U.S. Federal Civilian Executive Branch Agencies (FCEB) meet the requirements of EO 14028 and for quantum security, we’ve created a Guide to Zero Trust Access Management and Secure Communications for the Federal Space.

In this document, you’ll learn how to:

  • Secure access to government applications, servers, virtual instances, and containers they run on, across on-prem, cloud, or hybrid infrastructure.
  • Protect connections between applications and servers.
  • Follow proper data classification guidelines when sharing sensitive, restricted or secret information across organizations and with third parties.
  • Migrate to quantum-safe communications in the use cases where it is required and possible.
  • Migrate to a passwordless and keyless authentication while vaulting and rotating those credentials you still need to.

Download the Guide to Zero Trust Access Management and Secure Communications for Federal Agencies



Secure the extended government and their supply chains

The Federal Government collaborates with a number of external partners. For them to work efficiently, the government needs to grant third parties the rights to:

  • Perform remote upgrade and maintenance tasks inside the government networks
  • Share sensitive information, emails, and workspaces, or sign classified documents
  • Share passwords and encryption keys that grant access to critical data and infrastructures
  • Run machine- or human-initiated file transfers

Work from anywhere as a government employee

Governments have conflicting pressures: to make information accessible and to protect it. Remote work and hybrid work environments are here to stay, and so is remote access to vital data and infrastructures.

VPNs and firewalls do not offer the granularity and configurability required for modern dynamic access needs for IT and OT environments. Regular business communication tools (like email and workspaces) are not end-to-end encrypted.

Learn more about securing business communications>>>

Learn more about securing critical infrastructures>>>



U.S Federal Government statements about security

"…continued investment […] to mitigate the threat of cryptanalytically relevant quantum computers (CRQCs) through a timely and equitable transition of the Nation’s cryptographic systems to interoperable quantum-resistant cryptography."

National Security Memorandum on Promoting United States Leadership in Quantum Computing While Mitigating Risks to Vulnerable Cryptographic System >>>

”The Federal Government must adopt security best practices; advance toward Zero Trust Architecture; accelerate movement to secure cloud services, [...] centralize and streamline access to cybersecurity data....”

Executive Order 14028, “Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity” >>>

Why choose us?


FIPS 140-2 compliant

Our secure remote access, file transfer and tunneling solution Tectia supports X.509 PKI authentication, uses FIPS 140-2 certified cryptography, and works well with smartcards, including U.S. Federal Government Personal Identity Verification (PIV) and Common Access Cards (CAC).

Learn more about Tectia>>>


Certified for the transport of classified data

The National Cyber Security Authority at the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (Traficom) has certified the SSH NQX quantum-safe encryptor as a cryptographic product for protecting confidential information according to Finnish national (FI) TL III security requirements.

Read the full announcement >>>


Government-grade security solution

The Deltagon Suite is officially approved by the National Cyber Security Centre Finland (NCSC-FI) at the Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom for levels TL III and TL IV (corresponding with EU confidential and EU restricted levels) in secure communications. 


Pioneers in data encryption

Ever since inventing the Secure Shell protocol that protects millions of connections every day, we've been leading the way in secure communications. Together with our partners, we were awarded for our efforts in the Post-Quantum Cryptography Finland by the Finnish Security Awards (FSA).

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