Security software provider Pragma Systems has received a full Certificate of Networthiness from the US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) for its FIPS Certified Pragma Fortress SSH Server product, the company said.
The product includes secure shell (SSH), secure file transfer (SFTP) and secure copy (SCP) servers and clients.
Pragma Fortress SSH provides a highly secure way to perform system administration, application delivery and encrypted file transfer throughout computing environments, including Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) and Windows Servers, while maintaining the US Government requirements for security and cryptographic standards.
The CoN is a requirement for all enterprise software products in the Army Enterprise Infrastructure Network. The CoN certification signifies that Pragma´s Windows secure shell product, Fortress SSH Server, is in full compliance with the Army Enterprise Infrastructure´s strict standards for security, supportability, sustainability, and compatibility. In addition to the US Army, the certification applies to all National Guard, Army Reserve, and Department of Defense organizations that use the Army Enterprise Infrastructure Network.
By using Pragma´s SSH/SFTP/SCP servers and clients, which embed its certified cryptographic modules, customers can copy, deploy and manage files securely from Windows machines to Cisco routers, network switches, Unix servers, Linux servers and Mainframes using SSH, SFTP and SCP.
Pragma Systems provides enterprise class remote access and secure file transfer software for Microsoft Windows platforms and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Pragma offers its products to build secure infrastructure, data centers, mobile, cloud and IT delivery solutions for government and corporate enterprises. Pragma´s software products are deployed in the majority of Fortune 500 companies in the USA and over 4500 companies worldwide in 70 countries with millions of licensed nodes.