NATO orders solution from Sectra to communicate classified information securely

The Hague, the Netherlands – May 23, 2024 – The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) has ordered additional units of the mobile encryption system Sectra Tiger from international cybersecurity and medical imaging IT company Sectra (STO: SECT B). The NCI Agency has also extended its support contract with Sectra for another five years. 

“NATO has been using Sectra’s solutions for secure communications for many years, and we have collaborated with the alliance for over 20 years. We are honored to continue being entrusted with securing their exchange of classified information. It is very important for our customers to uphold their digital sovereignty, and this order confirms that our Sectra Tiger solution meets the high assurance requirements that this task entails,” says Jeroen de Muijnck, Managing Director of Sectra Communications BV. 

Sectra Tiger is a quantum-resilient secure communications solution, used by a large number of user organizations across many NATO and EU countries. Visit Sectra’s website to read more about our approved solutions.

Jeroen de Muijnck continues: “We look forward to further developing this cooperation and continuing to support the organization with products that protect classified information, thereby enhancing efficient digital collaboration between NATO officials.”

The order for Sectra Tiger units and the extension of the support contract were signed during the fourth quarter of Sectra’s 2023/2024 fiscal year. 

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