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InfoSec Global Collaborates with KAON Broadband and Sentinel Holding AG to Provide Telecom Operators with a Secure VPN Solution

InfoSec Global | April 16, 2021

InfoSec Global Collaborates with KAON Broadband and Sentinel Holding AG to Provide Telecom Operators with a Secure VPN Solution
InfoSec Global, the pioneer and industry leader in Cryptographic Agility Management solutions, has partnered with leading telecom equipment and service providers to make its AgileSec VPN capabilities accessible to customers and the global market through telecom operators.

Infosec Global, KAON Broadband, and Sentinel Holding AG have agile cryptographic VPN services on the telecom-grade QUANTUM Universal Platform, which is built on Open Source and industry standards. Sentinel Holding AG provides value-added facilities management software in the Consumer Premises Equipment (CPE) space, while KAON Broadband provides network technologies and services globally.

The joint offering provides trusted connectivity to users at work, at home, and on the go, regardless of the device, they are using. It enables telecom operators to use existing hardware to have a one-of-a-kind network encryption VPN solution on their CPE gateways, saving customers from having to purchase a separate protected VPN product.

Integrating the AgileSec VPN into the QUANTUM network allows for reliable communication and content sharing in only a few steps. The AgileSec VPN framework, which is part of InfoSec Global's Cryptographic Agility Management solution offering, resolves identified issues.

About KAON Broadband Co. Ltd

KAON Broadband is a global provider of broadband network technologies and services. Kaon's offerings include stand-alone managed Wi-Fi Access Point Routers, Wi-Fi Mesh Extenders, and Gateway devices that integrate Mesh-compatible Wi-Fi with DOCSIS, PON, and DSL access network technology and the QUANTUM solution. Kaon believes that enabling an onboard APP ecosystem is an important component of the changing business climate for Home Connectivity.

About Sentinel Holding AG

Sentinel Holding AG is dedicated to the development and promotion of Open Source platform standardization and value-added services ecosystem management solutions in the CPE space. They can scale these technologies for Tier 1 Telecom gateways, routers, and set-top box systems because of their close relationships with innovative security and embedded services companies.

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This document provides a general overview of the security controls implemented in various VMware Cloud™ Services offerings that run on the Amazon Web Services infrastructure as a service (IaaS). The intent is to provide readers with an understanding of how VMware approaches security for its cloud offerings, the key mechanisms and processes VMware uses to manage information security, and insight into the shared responsibility for providing security in a modern cloud computing environment.

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This document provides a general overview of the security controls implemented in various VMware Cloud™ Services offerings that run on the Amazon Web Services infrastructure as a service (IaaS). The intent is to provide readers with an understanding of how VMware approaches security for its cloud offerings, the key mechanisms and processes VMware uses to manage information security, and insight into the shared responsibility for providing security in a modern cloud computing environment.

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