How micro-segmentation is securing the nation’s high-value critical assets
January 29, 2018 5:02 pm
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Today’s military commanders must secure mission requirements and ensure that only the authorized people have access to exactly the right data, at exactly the right time. Unisys allows armed forces leaders to leverage one solution with added benefits that require no hardware or additional infrastructure to deploy as it is entirely software based, available anytime, anywhere deployed with agility and completely transparent to the user. This allows for enormous cost savings and enhanced encryption security to share and protect information on the fly, even in times of duress.
Our solution, Unisys Stealth, is specifically designed to protect data-in-transit on-prem, in the cloud, and hybrid deployments, with the ability to push security policy down to the individual level, in a process called “micro-segmentation”. Unisys Stealth is a leader in the emerging micro-segmentation field and built it for a unique DoD and Intel Community requirement.
Unisys Stealth is in fact, the only micro-segmentation solution certified for use with National Security System data centers, which ensures that the tightly controlled security policy and access management on premises extends into any cloud environment. Stealth deploys right now at Federal, State, and Local government levels, protecting some of our most sensitive government data, securing mission enclaves.
Gartner calls micro-segmentation one of the top security trends today. Share information securely in the cloud. To learn more about Unisys’s Stealth solution go to www.unisys.com/stealth.
Client Executive, DISA Programs and DoD Agencies, Unisys
Frederick “Fred” Henry currently serves as Client Executive for Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Programs and Department of Defense (DoD) Agencies for Unisys. Before joining Unisys in 2015, he served as the Chief Operating Officer for TapLink, a tech startup company. He also founded Barrow and Associates, LLC, an IT consultancy company.
Prior to his successful transition into the commercial sector, Fred dedicated 30 years to the United States Army before retiring as a Brigadier General in 2014. During his successful military career, he held numerous operational, technical and leadership positions that culminated with his final assignment as the Chief of Staff for DISA.
Fred currently serves on the Advisory Board for the DJ Dream Fund Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids lead healthy lifestyles through athletics, wellness and arts programs. He is also is on the board of directors for the National Capital Region Boys and Girls Club of America and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) DC Chapter. Fred is an advocate for empowering minority and disadvantaged students to pursue the benefits of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
In 2013, he was inducted into the Worchester Polytechnic Institute, Bay State Battalion, Military Hall of Fame and the Fitchburg State University Alumni of the Year. In 2008, he was the Department of the Army Information Assurance Military Professional of the Year. He is a member of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), Association of the United States Army (AUSA), AFCEA, ROCKS Inc., and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Fred received a master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the Army War College and an MBA from the University of Maryland College System (Bowie State).
Lance Vaughn has focused on IT security technologies and services for almost 20 years, working with some of the largest organizations globally to protect their networks and data. He began his career as security engineer specializing on software encryption solutions and later concentrated on enterprise network security solutions and services. Lance has led security specialty roles at several large system integrators such as IBM, HP and Unisys. Today he an industry director for the Stealth go-to-market team at Unisys, delivering unique, highly secure, yet agile, solutions that are fundamentally changing the way that organizations are thinking about and building their network security strategies.
Tom Temin has been the host of the Federal Drive since 2006. Tom has been reporting on and providing insight to technology markets for more than 30 years. Prior to joining Federal News Radio, Tom was a long-serving editor-in-chief of Government Computer News and Washington Technology magazines. Tom also contributes a regular column on government information technology.