Redwall Technologies Announces Data Security and ‘Resilient Operating System Environment’ Award from the U.S. Marine Corps through the Federal SBIR Program

Redwall is sort of like the BASF of data security throughout pockets of the Federal Government. We don’t make the devices that secure field operations for some military units and first responders, but we do make them more secure through our unique approach to securing mobile data.

Redwall Technologies, the leading ISV for multi-modal endpoint device security, today announced that it has been awarded a Phase I contract by the United States Marine Corps to participate in a SBIR program aimed at securing communications and data across a multitude of operating systems used by Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM). Four vendors were competitively selected to receive Phase I awards under SBIR Topic N175-105, “Data Integrity and Confidentiality Resilient Operating System Environment for Multi-Level Security.”

“We are honored to be awarded this Federal R&D work by SBIR,” said John Rosenstengel, Redwall president and CEO. “Redwall is sort of like the BASF of data security throughout pockets of the Federal Government. We don’t make the devices that secure field operations for some military units and first responders, but we do make them more secure through our unique approach to securing mobile data.”

The uniqueness of Redwall Mobile® resides in securing devices at the kernel, the intermediary code between device hardware and software. This approach is a departure from many competing security tools that operate at the application layer using a “sandbox” methodology to isolate applications and data within the operating system. A secure sandbox, or container, is created where corporate (or government) data and apps reside, while personal data and apps remain intact and unchanged. This dual-persona smartphone…

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