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Verizon awarded NATO network security deal

ASHBURN, Va., Oct. 23 (UPI) -- Verizon Business has received a contract to support NATO with networking and security services at approximately 30 locations on the agency's network.

U.S. company Verizon says its Cybertrust Security unit in Belgium was selected to support the NATO Command, Control and Communications Agency.

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Under the approximately $5 million deal, Verizon will integrate secure gateways for the Internet and gateways for the Public Key Infrastructure encryption at approximately 30 NATO network locations.

"Because of its international makeup and special mission, NATO has a unique set of security requirements," Susan Zeleniak, Verizon Federal group president, said in a statement.

"With our global network security expertise and extensive government experience, Verizon Business is uniquely suited to secure the communications of this illustrious political and military alliance."

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