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General Dynamics' TNE Cyber Security Capability Approved for Classified Government Networks using Red Hat
Trusted Network Environment (TNE) version 11 allows users to view and share classified information across security boundaries.
Speaking from General Dynamics' Cyber and Intelligence Solutions Center in Annapolis Junction, Bill Ross, vice president of Federal Systems and Cyber Solutions for General Dynamics C4 Systems, said, "This government approval enables a larger community of defense and intelligence personnel, those working on Linux systems, to have greater agility when working with multiple levels of security within different operating domains."
"Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® is pervasive in government agencies," said Lynne Corddry, vice president, business development, Public Sector, Red Hat. "We've been happy to partner with General Dynamics to provide this capability so that our customers in the Intelligence Community, military and other government agencies with classified information can confidently use solutions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux for classified government networks."
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