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We know this tech has been vetted. Now trust the government to act quickly and not after the fact.
Every individual, business, government, military, corporation, medical facility, police facility, law firm, etc. needs military-grade security, plain and simple. I was both pleased and surprised to learn that the U.S. Navy's appraisal of Route1's MobiKEY, MobiNET, DEFIMNET etc. technology, after stringent testing, was that its security capability EXCEEDED their expectations. Already Route1's client list reads like a "Who's Who?". All they need now is viral sales (no pun intended).
What comes to mind immediately when I think of the need for secure remote computing that keeps everything securely behind the host computer's firewall is anything where a person's privacy must not be breached. This would include personal information such as health records, social security or social insurance numbers, account numbers, criminal records, legal transactions and so on. Yet day after day such personal information is breached because information is allowed to be stored on laptops and USB devices. I like Route1's advice to business and government to "Protect the Fortress", that is, don't let any data travel outside the firewall. I commend Tony Busseri for his work of growing Route1 and informing business and government of the importance of embracing his solution before a breach, and not only after. If the public knows that a certain business uses Route1's secure technology, I think they would be more likely to do business with that company, knowing that their personal data cannot be breached.