Government and Defense
Comprehensive security meets streamlined management
Federal agencies and defense contractors have unique responsibilities when it comes to cybersecurity. Public trust and national security depend on secure, efficient, and compliant cybersecurity infrastructure with diverse functionality. Futurex provides hardware cryptography to help the federal government and the defense industry achieve a strong cybersecurity posture.
Best of all, Futurex FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated HSMs, made entirely in the USA, offer the following features:
Government institutions and defense contractors need high-assurance cybersecurity infrastructure that meets all compliance requirements and is manageable from a central platform. A comprehensive solution must factor in scalability, fast deployment, full redundancy, alerting and reporting, and total physical and logical security. Interagency data sharing means that it’s best to avoid data silos.
The Futurex solution suite helps federal agencies and DoD contractors manage their cybersecurity infrastructure with the highest possible precision and flexibility. Futurex offers easy-to-integrate, fully validated HSMs and key management servers both on-premises and in the cloud. Futurex solutions provide unmatched security both now and in the future.
Remotely manage a scalable and fully redundant cryptographic infrastructure with user-defined device grouping, customizable notifications, and reporting. You can also better prepare for any audit and more with the Guardian Series 3 management platform.
Use this secure cryptographic device (SCD) to establish a public key infrastructure (PKI) to manage certificates, keys, signing requests, and more with the FIPS 140-2 Level 3-compliant Key Management Enterprise Server (KMES) Series 3.
Standardize your infrastructure on a single platform with transaction speeds scalable up to 25,000 TPS and versatile encryption functions with support for all major algorithms. It meets and exceeds compliance standards including ANSI, ISO, FIPS, and PCI.
Any federal agency or defense contractor has a unique responsibility to secure a wide variety of data, including classified defense secrets, social security information, healthcare data, and more. Futurex supplies the cryptographic resources to help organizations protect that data in both storage and transit.
To ensure public trust and protect sensitive data, governmental agencies, contractors, and subcontractors need advanced, comprehensive data encryption solutions that they can scale and deploy rapidly. Futurex security technology provides defense contractors with tailored, innovative, and secure solutions to address high-level concerns across land, sea, air, and space. With built-in redundancy and robust physical and logical security, the Futurex solution suite offers defense contractors the assurance they need that their data is fully protected across endpoints.
Information stove-piping is a thing of the past with Futurex’s products. Our centralized data management systems provide secure access to data across multiple institutions, regardless of the geographical location.
Management tasks often represent a substantial challenge for administrators of distributed cryptographic infrastructures with multiple cybersecurity servers. The Futurex Guardian Series 3 is a centralized management platform enabling intelligent configuration, monitoring, alerting, resource allocation, and load balancing of client Futurex devices. This business-first solution enables the centralized distribution of software updates and replication of keys, certificates, and cryptographic objects across all devices and systems.
Federal regulations are a critical part of current cybersecurity systems. The need for standards on transmitting and storing sensitive information has led to many regulations and laws. These support best practices for protecting critical information from cybersecurity threats.
At Futurex, we view cybersecurity compliance support as more than just a checkbox. Our engineering and business philosophy is that current cybersecurity regulations serve as the initiative to advance our technology further, going beyond today’s standards to anticipate emerging trends and search out expected cybersecurity threats.
The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) is a set of cybersecurity compliance requirements that apply to third-party defense contractors, subcontractors, and other companies who work with the Department of Defense (DoD). DFARS shares commonalities with NIST SP 800 -171.
DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 requires third parties, including small businesses, to do the following:
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a cybersecurity compliance standard for the Defense Industrial Base (DIB). It was created to ensure that organizations within the Defense Industrial Base create and implement an approved process to secure business operations and protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and Federal Contract Information (FCI) in the DoD supply chain. Futurex’s technology offerings can help organizations meet CMMC requirements without delay.
Because government agencies and contractors are so diverse, they need a wide range of cybersecurity functionality. Futurex can create a single-source cybersecurity solution for key and certificate management, data encryption, centralized data management, disaster recovery, secure intellectual property storage, and more. With support for all common key algorithms and protocols as well as a commitment to upcoming technological innovations, agencies can pursue business success and rest assured that their critical cryptographic services are secure from cybersecurity threats.