New product from Telos Corporation hides user location and anonymizes internet activity
Ashburn, Va. – January 16, 2018 – Telos® Corporation, a leading provider of continuous security solutions and services for the world’s most security-conscious organizations, today announced the launch of Telos Ghost, a secure, cloud-based, patented system for private, secure and anonymous operations on the internet.
Operating under the philosophy, “you can’t exploit what you can’t see,” Telos Ghost offers a completely anonymous way to do business, share intelligence, and assess cyber threats online, keeping business and mission critical communications hidden from adversaries and safe from intrusion.
“In the age of ongoing cyber threats and attacks from foreign and domestic adversaries, public and private organizations are demanding new solutions for securing their global infrastructures,” said John B. Wood, CEO and chairman of Telos. “Telos Ghost will usher in the next generation of cybersecurity for the globally connected enterprise by allowing our customers to conduct business while remaining completely invisible to malicious online threats.”
Telos Ghost is available in three configurations:
- Private Web Access — disguises the identity and location of personnel when using the public web for threat intelligence and competitive research.
- Private Network Access — allows authorized users to work with mission-critical enterprise information without being seen or discovered.
- Cloaked Services — provides remote users with the ability to securely talk, text, email, store information, and use video and applications over any mobile device.
With Telos Ghost, organizations can investigate threats anonymously online and manage operations without giving away location or identity. Furthermore, users can exchange sensitive information and do so with confidence, knowing their information and identity are confidential.
Using Telos’ patented technologies, Telos Ghost protects data with multiple layers of encryption and sends it through a labyrinth of anonymous network nodes. Obfuscation and managed attribution keep anyone from knowing who or where users are while preventing unauthorized parties from seeing network assets.
“Users and data leave a trail of digital footprints, or digital exhaust, that hackers can follow directly into your network. Once they’re inside, static enterprise networks are sitting targets — no match for fast-moving attacks and advanced persistent threats,” said Tom Badders, senior product manager for secure mobility at Telos. “The most effective way to protect your network, your people and information is to make them disappear, which is exactly what we’ve done with Telos Ghost.”
For more information about Telos Ghost visit www.telos.com/telos-ghost/.
About Telos Corporation
Telos Corporation empowers and protects the world’s most security-conscious organizations with solutions and services for continuous security assurance of individuals, systems and information. Telos’ offerings include cyber security solutions and services for IT risk management and information security; secure mobility to protect globally connected organizations; and identity management to establish trust in personnel and continuously monitor for insider threats. The company serves military, intelligence and civilian agencies of the federal government, allied nations and commercial organizations around the world.
In 2017, Telos was recognized as a leading cyber company, evidenced by a top 25 ranking on the global Cybersecurity 500 list. The company is also a 2017 recipient of the prestigious James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award from the Defense Security Service (DSS), awarded to less than .03% of eligible organizations. For more information, visit www.telos.com and follow us on Twitter @TelosNews.
Merritt Group (for Telos)