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Colt Deploys ADVA to Add Encryption for GDPR Compliance

High-performance trading connectivity specialist Colt Technology Services has added an Ethernet Line Encryption service to help organisations comply with new data privacy rules, particularly the EU’s GDPR, as firms seek to protect their data during transport from cyberattacks. The new Colt solution uses the ADVA FSP 150 with ConnectGuard security technology, which provides end-to-end data protection for low-latency high-speed performance of up to 10Gbits per second. Ethernet Line Encryption is now available in Europe, North America and Asia on metro, national and international Ethernet line circuits.

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