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NSA Approves Virtualization-Secured Smartphone

Cog Systems' D4 Secure Platform is now officially eligible on a mobile device by the NSA's Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) program. This is the first time a mobile device based on a holistic solution from Cog Systems that includes bare-metal virtualization has sought NIAP Certification, setting a major precedent for the rest of the wireless industry.

"We are leading the revolution to change the world from their current well-worn monolithic architecture for mobile to the more resilient and higher performance associated with a fully modular approach to the architectural design for all connected devices," said Carl L. Nerup, CMO, Cog Systems. "With this important validation of our approach, Cog Systems has advanced the CSfC mobile device landscape using a fundamentally different architecture built on the D4 Secure Platform." 

Cog Systems has a long heritage in designing and implementing 'hardened' mobile solutions for select western governments around the world.  Cog Systems leverages their D4 Secure Platform to develop standard SDKs for specific categories of connected devices, including mobile, gateway, and IoT.  These D4 Secure SDKs have been designed to protect organizations and their users with an unparalleled level of data and system security without sacrificing the flexibility to run any application - safely and securely.  This same technology and expertise that was once available only to our government customers is now available for use in the enterprise markets.

"This mobile device built on the D4 Secure Platform also holds the unique distinction of running two separate layers of both data in transit and data at rest. By being able to seamlessly run a true nested VPN right out of the box - the user can now run any app, any time on the D4 Secure mobile device," added Nerup.

The CSfC Program list can be found at:

Published Wednesday, May 03, 2017 1:19 PM by David Marshall
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