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Ovzon selects Dispersive to enhance satellite communications security
by Staff Writers
Roswell GA (SPX) Jan 11, 2023

"Our DispersiveCloud solution will further enhance Ovzon's security posture, increase network performance, lower costs, and continue to reduce risk. Our goal is to help make what is already a great product offering even more secure, private and resilient."

Dispersive Holdings Inc. (Dispersive), a rapidly emerging leader in the stealth networking and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) arena, and Ovzon, a world-leading provider of SATCOM-as-a-Service and mobile satellite communications solutions, have reached an agreement in which Ovzon will utilize Dispersive to provide enhanced, secure satellite communications as part of their total solution.

Under the terms of the agreement, Dispersive is deploying its DispersiveCloud solution to provide Ovzon greater overall security in managing its global satellite networks.

DispersiveCloud is a Software as a Service (SaaS) product that offers stealth networking, is quantum computing resistant and can be utilized for zero trust networking to protect against advanced nation state threat actors. DispersiveCloud is unique in offering converged ZTNA and VPN functionality that simultaneously enhances security without imposing a performance tax.

"We are pleased to be working with Ovzon, they are such a well-respected and innovative leader in connecting the world's critical missions via satellite," said Dispersive's President and Chief Executive Officer, Rajiv Pimplaskar.

"Our DispersiveCloud solution will further enhance Ovzon's security posture, increase network performance, lower costs, and continue to reduce risk. Our goal is to help make what is already a great product offering even more secure, private and resilient."

"Our customers turn to us for performance, mobility and resiliency in mobile satellite communications, " said Per Noren, Ovzon's Chief Executive Officer.

"Dispersive's unique stealth networking capability adds another valuable component to the multi-layered protection of our systems and will play an important role in enabling a secure infrastructure for the soon-to-launch Ovzon 3 satellite."

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