Virtru has partnered with the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) and the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency to provide technological, cyber defense solutions for NATO member states.
Virtru is officially part of NCI Agency’s Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) Programme which provides an accelerated and cost-effective procurement method for COTS products and services.
A federated data sharing domain and access control engine that securely and rapidly shares critical, time-sensitive data between agencies, coalition partners, and combatant commands.
Mitigate risk and comply with regulatory obligations to protect confidential data within Outlook and Gmail messages and attachments. Virtru’s end-to-end encryption ensures you maintain ownership and control of your data, no matter where it goes.
Virtru’s Trusted Data Format (TDF) provides a protective wrapper that cryptographically binds protections to the data at the attribute level. TDF leverages Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC) to enable customized and granular data access privileges.
A lightweight but equally powerful version of TDF, NanoTDF wraps around even smaller data objects that a sensor relays. It can encrypt full-motion video, sensor data, and even specific data elements within files like spreadsheets and documents — even in scenarios with extreme limitations on bandwidth or compute resources.
Virtru is listed as a preferred vendor under the NSPA eProcurement Portal, supporting industry and nations requirements to procure effective and efficient solutions for national or collective defense.
Eligible purchasers can leverage the NSPA eProcurement and NCI Agency BOA Program to expedite the delivery of expert consultation and technologies to quickly meet mission needs and achieve key outcomes.