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TNE Cyber-defense Software Connects US Military with Defense Partners

US: General Dynamics C4 Systems' Trusted Network Environment (TNE), version 11-S cyber-defense software is now being used by the US Central Command (CENTCOM) to securely share classified information at the Secret-level among US military organisations and authorised NATO and coalition military partners. During joint operations, the TNE multi-level security software enables greater flexibility and collaboration among organiations while ensuring that higher levels of classified information moving through the same tactical network remains secure and separated from information at lower security levels.

General Dynamics' TNE is a cyber information-sharing solution that provides military and government customers improved security and access to classified data at various security levels from a single enterprise environment based on a user's security credentials and access privileges. Advanced data-labeling technology separates classified data so users can only see what their individual security profiles allow, without visibility into other data files or applications. TNE also enables multilevel web services and multilevel chat capabilities so users on different network domains can share the same chat room.

Source: General Dynamics