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Identity, Access, Secure Collaboration Done the Aerospace Way

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The Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program: Influencing identity, access and collaborative transaction security beyond industry boundaries

Competitors one day, partners the next. That's a business model edging its way into a variety of industries, from healthcare and life sciences to manufacturing and finance and even security. It's a model that will draw on the ubiquity of mobile computing and efficient cloud-based infrastructure. It will also require strong security measures to ensure greater protection of intellectual property and competitive data even as companies become more open.

None of this is news to the aerospace & defense industry. And that industry's model for managing collaborative transactions and data exchange securely is poised to influence other vertical industries. That's why Security Squared spent time this month talking to leaders and members of the Transglobal Secure Collaboration Program.

The TSCP is an international cooperative of leading A&D companies and government agencies who work together to figure out how they will exchange data securely. The group's commercial user, or "platinum," members include BAE Systems, Boeing, EAD, Finmeccanica, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Raytheon, and Rolls Royce. Government members include the U.S. Department of Defense, the General Services Administration and the Secret Service as well as the defense ministries in the U.K. and Netherlands and the French government.

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