DHS Adds Encryption Requirements To Responder Radio Equipment

To ensure that first responders have secure interoperability for their communications, the Department of Homeland Security announced that radio equipment requiring encryption must use Advanced Encryption Standard 256. This change in the Project 25 Compliance Assessment Program listing of grant-eligible radio equipment will help ensure that responders from different jurisdictions can communicate securely and successfully, regardless of the brand of equipment used.

DHS adds encryption requirements to responder radio equipment

 

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