Becrypt Offers Secure VDI
Becrypt tVolution allows for secure virtual computing that's safe enough for government work.
Earlier this month, Becrypt released its tVolution secure virtual desktop. The product was released at the RSA security conference in San Francisco.
Becrypt said its virtual desktop runs as a diskless system, and boots directly from a server via a virtual network interface. The idea is to allow customers to run virtual desktops on repurposed machines, rather than requiring the purchase of new computers or devices at the end point. tVolution allows for central configuration, management and administration and security of desktops and applications, along with requisite licensing needed to run software in compliance. When users want to quit, they just shut down. Any information originating at the end point is then removed from the device upon shutdown using Becrypt's RAM scrubbing technology, according to Becrypt.
tVolution meets U.S. Dept. of Defense security requirements and can be deployed in highly secured environments, according to the company. To read the full press release, go here.
Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.