Trusted Network Environment version 11 cyber is for sharing sensitive information across security boundaries from a single shared network, using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 as a one-window interface for navigating classified files.
Lynne Corddry, Red Hat vice president for public sector business development, said in a release the companies work with customers in the intelligence community, military and other government agencies to use the programs on classified networks.
Corddry spoke with our sister site ExecutiveBiz in May on how Red Hat’s Linux platform is a company mainstay and how the company works with application partners to run the package (click here to read the full Q&A).
Version 11 includes General Dynamics’ PitBull commercial off-the-shelf security software, designed to create a Windows-like computing environment.
Users access classified information at different security levels from a single enterprise environment based on an individual’s security credentials and access privileges.
The company said data-labeling technology separates classified and unclassified data so users only see what their individual security profiles allow, without visibility into other data files, applications or users.