|By Marketwired .||
|August 18, 2014 11:07 AM EDT||
PITTSBURGH, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- Certes Networks, a leading innovator in encryption solutions to protect networked applications, today announced that its unique CryptoFlow Solutions were awarded Best-in-Show for Large Enterprise Solutions at TMC's ITEXPO Las Vegas 2014.
CryptoFlow Solutions create unique, tunnel-less VPNs that enable enterprises, government institutions and service providers to easily and dynamically protect any application flowing to any device over any network. Unlike traditional VPNs that required complex tunnel configurations, CryptoFlows represent the combination of encryption with Software-Defined Networking (SDN) principles to produce end-to-end next-generation VPNs. CryptoFlows are managed with a single point of control and a powerful user interface that permits drag-and-drop, point-and-click configuration and very simple key management.
According to TMC, the Best in Show Awards program recognizes ITEXPO exhibitors demonstrating outstanding products and/or services. Submissions were judged on creativity and technological innovation with an emphasis placed on a product's feature set, innovative qualities, ability to work with existing standards and products, and the degree to which it contributes to the development of future communications products and services.
"We are continually amazed at the innovative and cutting-edge products and solutions that are showcased at ITEXPO each year, and the Best in Show Awards program was developed to recognize some of these outstanding achievements," said Rich Tehrani, TMC CEO and conference chairman. "We are pleased to honor this year's Best in Show winners. Each company has demonstrated innovative technological advancements, competitive differentiation and excellence in addressing market need and relevance."
Thousands of Certes' data encryptors are deployed in 70 countries around the world to safeguard traffic containing sensitive data such as credit card and financial information, healthcare patient records, student records and proprietary information over trusted and untrusted networks. The most security-conscious enterprises in financial services, government, education, utilities, healthcare and other sectors rely on Certes' patented solutions for protecting sensitive data.
A CryptoFlow VPN safeguards traffic at multiple network layers, at variable speeds, or in an environment of mixed physical, virtual and Cloud-based resources. CryptoFlow VPNs offload and decouple traffic encryption from network devices and applications, providing communication security with no impact on network and application performance.
"CryptoFlow solutions dramatically simplify the critical task of protecting networked applications, and we heard that need loud and clear from attendees at the ITEXPO show and from our customers around the world," said John Lochow, CEO of Certes Networks. "As data breaches continue to skyrocket, Certes is offering enterprises an easier way to encrypt their data communications and not become the next victims of hackers and cyber-criminals."
CryptoFlow Solutions are available now from leading IT resellers worldwide. For more information or to locate a reseller serving your area, visit certesnetworks.com, call Certes at +1-888-833-1142 or +1-412-262-2571, or email [email protected]
About Certes Networks
Certes Networks protects data in motion. The company's CryptoFlow Solutions safeguard data traffic in physical, virtual and Cloud environments, enabling secure connectivity over any infrastructure without compromising network or application performance. Companies around the world rely on Certes Networks to protect data, accelerate application deployment, simplify network projects, reduce compliance costs, and improve the return on investment in IT infrastructure. For more information, visit certesnetworks.com.
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