It might start like the beginning of a well-worn joke: Four individuals log in to a meeting, each in a different corner of the world, from a breezy lanai in Hawaii to a cozy home office in Israel. This wasn’t a setup for a punchline but rather the unfolding of a significant chapter in CTERA’s history. In these moments where more time zones are represented than people, a global effort to achieve something monumental took shape.
And here it is: we are thrilled to share that CTERA has once again secured its spot on the U.S. Department of Defense Information Network Approved Products List (DoDIN APL), a journey that initially began in 2019. This achievement, marked by the recertification for versions 7.5 Portal and 7.6 Edge, is far from being just a milestone; it’s a testament to our unwavering dedication to cybersecurity in a world where digital threats are ever-evolving.
The U.S. Department of Defense Information Network Approved Product List (DoDIN APL) is not just a certification; it’s a seal of trust, affirming the resilience and robustness of our platforms against sophisticated cyber threats. This recertification builds upon our history of providing military-grade encryption and underscores our commitment to continually enhancing our cybersecurity capabilities.
For the Department of Defense agencies, this means continued assurance in our ability to securely modernize file services infrastructure, ensuring optimal performance and data privacy. It’s about providing solutions that don’t just meet current needs but are equipped to handle future challenges.
The road to recertification has been a collaborative effort of our global team, a testament to the saying that cybersecurity is a journey, not a destination. This journey has been enriched by the addition of new features aimed at hardening our system against cyber threats, such as the integration of zero-trust architecture and advanced ransomware protection.
As we celebrate this recertification, we acknowledge the collective hard work and dedication across different time zones that made this possible. CTERA’s successful attainment of the DoDIN APL certification not only maintains our esteemed status but also strengthens our cyber resilience, readying us for the cybersecurity challenges of 2024 and beyond.
We invite you to join us on this continuous journey, as we navigate and secure the ever-changing digital landscape. Follow our story and the latest developments in cyber resilience on our blog and social media channels.