Mutualink Federal Services

Mutualink – The Interoperable Network Built for Collaboration

Mutualink offers state of the art secure interoperable communications and information sharing solutions for federal agencies, including Homeland Defense.

Tested, deployed, and in operation, Mutualink is providing advanced real-time situational awareness and seamless communications within, between and among federal, state and local agencies.

Safety Act Certified

The Problem We Solve

  • Bridges communications on an ad hoc, secure basis — overcoming the necessary silos of private systems
  • Enables secure, ad hoc sharing from any communications platform — including real-time video, sensor and other systems
  • Enables real-time file transfer and chat between private silos
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Federal Initiatives, Exercises and Affiliations

  • Federal agencies, e.g. FEMA, TSA
  • US DHS Office for Interoperability and Compatibility (OIC) Public Safety Voice over IP (VoIP) Working Group, 2006 – 2010. (Read Bridging Systems Best Practices)
  • EDGE Winter Institute Exercise, College Station, TX
  • DHS Science & Technology Plugfest participation

Mutualink bridges private silos, enabling access to the Interoperability Response and Preparedness Platform (IRAPP) network

  • Forward-looking and flexible to provide secure silos as needed while enabling communication with public safety agencies, state and local first responders and non-government organizations (NGOs)
  • Capable of facilitating private networks for maximum security and privacy, with the ability to connect to the IRAPP network for select agency collaboration
  • Uses existing communications infrastructure and is network transport agnostic, including Band 14, commercial LTE and satellite

What sets Mutualink Apart

  • True Sovereign Security —  server-less, peer-based architecture. No centralized control or trusted third party. Each participant is in both logical and physical control of its sovereign communications assets.
  • End-to-end encryption – federally approved AES ciphers, mutually authenticated using standards-based public-key cryptography.
  • Ad hoc virtual network  – uses any available IP transport and architecture — Band 14 LTE, commercial LTE, terrestrial and satellite.
New Orleans (Aug. 30, 2005) Ð U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Shawn Beaty of Long Island, N.Y., looks for survivors in the wake of Hurricane Katrina as he flies in a HH-60J Jayhawk helicopter over New Orleans. Petty Officer Beaty is a member of an HH-60J Jayhawk helicopter rescue crew sent from Clearwater, Fla., to assist in search and rescue efforts. Katrina, a Category 4 hurricane, came ashore at approximately 7:10 a.m. EST near the Louisiana bayou town of Buras. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class NyxoLyno Cangemi (RELEASED)

Our Recent Public Successes

  • 2016 DHS S&T Plugfest at Maritime Security East
  • 2016 FEMA Region III Command & Communications Rally
  • 2016 Cascadia Rising, WA
  • 2016 NYPD, FDNY and DHS Active Shooter Exercise
  • 2015 EDGE Winter Institute, College Station, TX
  • 2015 Combined Resolve V
  • 2015 Allied Spirit II
  • 2015 FEMA Lights Out, NY

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