2010 News Archive


"Easy Encryption With Centralized Management "

By Holly Dolezalek, PROCESSOR
December 31, 2010
"... Encryption is one of the most-used security technologies in the data center space today."
"American Security Challenge brings tech entrepreneurs and government buyers together"

By Sami Lais, WashingtonTechnology
October 7, 2010
"...The federal government has an unquenchable thirst for new thinking, new technology that can solve problems and save lives."
"CipherOptics Rolls out New VSEs"

By ChannelPro-SMB, Channel Pro
September 22, 2010
"...Traditional encryption appliances are based on a static throughput. The new VSE line of network encryptors, on the other hand, enables encryption at various throughputs based on bandwidth licenses."
"CipherOptics announces industry's first variable speed encryption appliances"

By Toni McConnel, EE Times
September 17, 2010
"...CipherOptics has developed a new line of Variable Speed Encryption (VSE) appliances, claimed to be the first in the industry."
"CipherOptics debuts variable-speed encryptors"

By Ellen Messmer, ITWORLD
September 15, 2010
"...Support for variable speeds is a major change, since customers in the past had to buy new hardware to achieve higher speeds."
"CipherOptics debuts variable-speed encryptors"

By Ellen Messmer, Network World
September 14, 2010
"...CipherOptics Tuesday announced a new encryption line built around a single hardware appliance that can be adjusted to work at speeds between 3 Mbps and 1 Gbps. Support for variable speeds is a major change, since customers in the past had to buy new hardware to achieve higher speeds."
"CipherOptics: Easing PCI Compliance For Public Networks?"

By Dave Courbanou, MSPmentor
August 4, 2010
"...In recent months, we’ve heard from a range of MSPs and hosting providers that have embraced PCI compliance to win new business. Building on that theme, CipherOptics is promoting Virtual IP technology that allegedly allows service providers and customers to secure PCI regulated data over public and private networks. Here’s some insight on the effort."
"Encryption high-priority for Massachusetts"

By Ellen Messmer, Network World
Wednesday, August 28, 2010
"...The Massachusetts data-privacy law that kicked in this March requires, among other things, the encryption of personally identifiable information when sent over the Internet. Government agencies have also been given their own guidelines by the state's governor, which has prompted new encryption technology deployments."