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SafeNet AT’s Tom Callahan Highlights Future of Security Tech

Tom Callahan
Tom Callahan

TYSONS CORNER, VA July 29, 2015 — Tom Callahan, vice president of sales at SafeNet Assured Technologies, discussed the future of cross-domain technology and two-factor authentication in the security market in an interview with ExecutiveBiz posted Tuesday.

He also highlighted compliance and workforce strength as SafeNet AT’s priorities following its establishment as a Gemalto subsidiary focused on U.S. defense, intelligence and civilian agencies.

Click here to read Tom Callahan’s full interview on EBiz.

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