CHANTILLY, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NetAbstraction, the security by obfuscation company, announced today it has been named Best Network Obfuscation product in the 2021 Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards program from AST (American Security Today) Homeland Security and AST Magazine.
The Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program from AST Magazine honors advanced technologies that deliver enhanced value, benefit, and intelligence to end-users in various government, homeland security, and public safety vertical markets. The preeminent U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program, the ‘ASTORS’ Awards, feature the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions coming onto the market.
“We are honored to be recognized by the ASTORS Awards program for our innovations and contributions to both the homeland security and commercial cyber defense markets,” said Gordon Lawson, CEO of NetAbstraction. “The NetAbstraction product line provides unprecedented levels of privacy and security for users and compute infrastructures using intelligence-agency grade obfuscation techniques that make resources invisible to threat actors.”
NetAbstraction NetEnclave - anonymizes an organization’s cloud resources including data and applications using a network privacy fabric that implements deterministic routing and is cloud provider and geography agnostic. Find out more.
NetAbstraction NetAccess - protects online communication devices and enables organizations to securely conduct research online, examine threats and conduct other cyber activities without attribution by dynamically shifting network communications. Find out more.
About the AST ‘ASTORS’ Awards
American Security Today’s Annual ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program is entering its Sixth Year in 2021 and continues to recognize the Outstanding Innovations of top firms and agencies in the Homeland Security and Public Safety fields. For more information, visit AmericanSecurityToday.com.
NetAbstraction enables organizations to protect the privacy and security of identities and systems by intelligently selecting and obscuring global network pathways on the Internet. The founders previously designed, created, and implemented clandestine telecommunication networks for the NSA and CIA. NetAbstraction is used by Fortune 500 organizations globally to ensure their cyber operations remain secure, anonymous, and non-attributable. For more information, visit https://netabstraction.com/, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.