December 13, 2004
Sarvega Inc has been selected by the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) for its eTIME (Electronic Transaction Information for Management of Enforcement) project. The Wisconsin DOJ's innovative program will leverage internet resources, existing systems, and the new US Department of Justice Global Justice XML Data Model (Global JXDM) to provide the cost-effective exchange of justice information across local, state and federal agencies.
"States are faced with a tremendous challenge -- providing the real-time exchange of justice information in a secure, cost-effective manner across multiple local, state, and federal systems" said Christopher Darby, Sarvega's president and CEO. "This selection underscores the ability of Sarvega's XML Guardian Gateway to help clients like Wisconsin's DOJ exchange important information while addressing their stringent XML security and performance requirements. We are pleased to be part of this innovative program."
The Wisconsin DOJ eTIME system facilitates the accessing of information from various sources, including federal and local criminal records, automotive records, and security alerts. eTIME uses the latest Internet standards (including XML/XSL) and is accessible from any browser.
The Sarvega XML Guardian Gateway will provide high performance XML firewall security for the eTIME project including XML content level authentication, authorization, and auditing: as well as map state data into the Federal Global JXDM XML formats with secure, on-board logging for digital forensics and hardened appliance self-security.
The Sarvega XML Guardian Security Gateway is a high performance XML Web Services security solution built from the ground-up with a "Security DNA" to provide complete standards-compliant Web Services security and sophisticated XML intrusion protection capability to mission-critical XML Web Services deployments. The XML Guardian Security Gateway provides complete AAA trust assurance, message integrity and confidentiality with on-board secure digital forensics.
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