TSA Standardizes on Aventail

Trans States Airlines (TSA) has standardized on Aventail's award-winning SSL VPN platform ST2

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 28, 2006

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SEATTLE -- SSL VPN leader Aventail announced today that Trans States Airlines (TSA), the sixth-largest independent regional airline in the country, has standardized on Aventail’s award-winning SSL VPN platform ST2 to help provide its employees and contractors with secure remote access to corporate resources. Now TSA’s management team, pilots, and third-party vendor partners such as United Airlines and Sabre can use any Internet-enabled device – from corporate laptops to third-party computers to non-IT managed mobile devices – to gain authenticated, policy-controlled access to email, flight plans, training applications and more. With the Aventail solution, TSA has increased user productivity while simultaneously reducing administrative demands on their limited IT staff.

“When you have five IT technicians supporting over 2000 aviation professionals and business partners, you can’t waste time with remote access solutions that are difficult to configure or troubleshoot,” said Glen Becker, IT Manager, Trans States Holdings. “You simply need remote access control that works. Aventail allows for the granularity that we need to enable secure universal access to a wide range of applications for the multitude of people accessing the network.”

Aventail Corp.

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