NEW PRODUCT: In-line network encryption appliance

February 6th, 2024

As more headlines in the news emerge to tell the stories of cyberattacks crippling businesses, it’s clear that cybersecurity must become a priority. Not only do organizations lose credibility and reputation during an attack, but they lose money. In 2023, data breaches cost the average business $4.45 million. 

On September 11, 2001, we saw firsthand the importance of reliable, fully mobile wireless network systems for first responders in times of crisis. This moment made Rajant’s co-founders spring into action to deliver a solution that would power communications at the most critical times. As industry needs evolve, so do our solutions. In terms of cybersecurity, we call that solution RiSM.

How Rajant’s In-line Security Module (RiSM) Works

The RiSM-1SPF is an in-line network encryption appliance capable of high data bandwidth and low latency throughput over gigabit ethernet. RiSM is a Hardware Security Module (HSM) that protects cryptographic keys by only allowing access to the Crypto Officer. This makes it harder for cyber attackers to find those cryptographic keys, thus strengthening your business’ security posture.

Download RiSM datasheet and contact an Alliance representative to learn how you can gain access to this powerful technology to protect your customer.

FBI director warns that Chinese hackers are preparing to ‘wreak havoc’ on US critical infrastructure

“China’s hackers are positioning on American infrastructure in preparation to wreak havoc and cause real-world harm to American citizens and communities, if or when China decides the time has come to strike,” Wray told the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party.

Chinese government-backed hackers, Wray said, are targeting things like water treatment plants, electrical infrastructure and oil and natural gas pipelines.

The Chinese hackers are working “to find and prepare to destroy or degrade the civilian critical infrastructure that keeps us safe and prosperous,” Wray said. “And let’s be clear: Cyber threats to our critical infrastructure represent real world threats to our physical safety.” The Chinese government has previously denied allegations of hacking efforts…

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