Two senators — Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) — wrote a letter to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) voicing concern about the potential VPN threat to both consumers and government agencies. The letter outlines how the U.S. government has been suspicious of technology products manufactured in Russia, China and other anti-American nations. The latest products to be the target of distrust are virtual private networks (VPNs).
“…Because these foreign apps transmit a users’ web-browsing data to servers controlled by countries that have an interest in targeting U.S. government employees, their use raises the risk that user data can be surveilled by those foreign governments compromising U.S. national security,” the senators wrote in the letter.
Essentially, GroupMobile’s MobiKEY technology, powered by MobiNET, can alleviate these threats, as the trusted “UN-VPN” solution used by the Department of Defense, Department of the Navy, Department of the Interior, and the US Marine Corps to prevent these types of threats from occurring. “With a straightforward, intuitive end-user experience and total trust, MobiKEY is the cost-effective solution for protecting data-at-rest, data-in-use and for guarding against identity falsification,” said Tony Busseri, CEO of Route1 Inc.
MobiKEY is the unified desktop, and mobile security solution deployed by tech-savvy businesses and institutions to secure remote access requirements for users with smart card-based multi-factor authentication.
What differentiates MobiKEY from other remote access technologies is that: