> > "Secure Computing has leveraged heavily off of it's patented Type
> > Enforcement technology, which is currently being used to protect
> > U.S. Government classified networks," said Kevin Sorensen
> Protect classified networks from what? No government organization
> would EVER approve classified networks connected to the Internet.
At Baltimore, the MISSI program is designed to allow, if not connection
of classified networks to the Internet, then the ability for classified
components to communicate *through* the Internet using encryption.
SBU is being addressed using Capstone/Tessera/Fortezza/(fill in the name of
the week) while classified elements will use "something else" (RSN).
The next MISSI users group meeting is in Orlando in two weeks.
ps despite spending considerable time in the Sidewinder suite (and enduring
a distinct lack of Captain Morgan - they thought I was asking about
Morgan Death) I *still* do not know what is meant by "Type Enforcement".