The Future of Enterprise Networks

We are the extra level of support that ensures your valuable network is safe and secure. As a Software Defined Network (SDN) Privacy-as-a-Service, we hide and disguise your network by implementing a logical, dynamically shifting network on top of your existing infrastructure and the Internet for transport.


Performance is key. Our patented intelligent routing decisions enable low-latency carrier-class performance and SLAs.

Cost Savings

Significantly reduce WAN costs. Save money by leveraging cost-effective Internet-based transport.

Privacy Protection & Network Security

Know that you are protected. We mask, reduce and shift your organization’s attack surface before you become a target.

Interoperability & Scale

Quickly and efficiently add to your current network. We can provision new network connectivity in minutes while seamlessly integrating with existing technology and security stacks.

Even the simplest online activity can make a footprint leaving you unprotected. Conduct research online, examine threats, and browse the web securely without attribution to you.

It’s crucial that your information security, privacy and data are shielded. NetEnclave secures sensitive data and hosts applications by disguising them with controlled access and non-traceable connectivity.

Augment or replace your existing network connections with a high-performance Zero Trust Network Service employing obfuscation and Moving Target Defense (MTD) by design. Enhance the privacy and security of your network connections without degrading performance or increasing cost.

NetAbstraction Appoints Scott Greaux Vice President of Products

CHANTILLY, Va., July 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- NetAbstraction,…

Admiral Rogers: Make It Harder For Cybercriminals

Businesses and government bodies may have improved the way they collaborate to respond to cybersecurity incidents — but as cybercriminals continue to run rings around “ineffective” governments.

Thought Leadership Center

DoDIIS Worldwide Conference

Join NetAbstraction, experts and innovators from across the Department of Defense, Intelligence Community, industry, and academia from December 5 – 8, 2021, to share unique insights on this year’s conference theme: Foresight 20/20: Building a New Digital Ecosystem. This year’s theme emphasizes the urgent race to discover and adopt innovative solutions to maintain a competitive strategic advantage over our adversaries. The disruptive nature of technological advancements necessitates expanded collaboration and partnerships.


October 5-8, 2021 - St. Louis, MO - USGIF's GEOINT Symposium is the largest annual gathering of geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) professionals in the nation. As has been proven time and again—and particularly since the start of the pandemic—GEOINT is ubiquitous and provides context to our world. The symposium is a unique and unparalleled opportunity to speak to your extended constituency spanning government, industry, and academia. In addition to keynotes from senior leaders, the event offers more than 50 hours of professional training and education, myriad meetings for focused communities of interest, a highly regarded Young Professionals Program, an extensive exhibit hall, dynamic networking opportunities, and much more.

NetAbstraction Opens New Office in Augusta, Georgia to Tap Cyber Security Talent in Region

January 19, 2022 - NetAbstraction, the security by obfuscation company, today announced it has opened a new office here in close proximity to Fort Gordon and the Georgia Cyber Center. NetAbstraction expects to hire more than 20 new employees in Augusta this year.

NetAbstraction Provides Government-Grade Security with the release of NetEnclave

December 6, 2021 - NetAbstraction, the security by obfuscation company, is creating NetAbstraction NetEnclave, a cloud obfuscation service that offers a veil of secrecy around applications, resources, and data that makes an organization’s assets invisible to attackers.

Understanding The Power Of Network Obfuscation

Enterprise-level cyberattacks continue to increase dramatically while threats are growing in sophistication. Meanwhile, defensive responses tend to be reactive rather than proactive. Typical commercial and government networks are fixed, static, easily located and thus more vulnerable to attack. We have to look at the problem differently.

Reeling In Cybersecurity Risks For Executives

August 3, 2021 - Anyone involved with cybersecurity understands that not all IT systems and devices represent the same level of risk. Some hold more valuable data than others. Some are mission-critical and others, while important, don’t spell “doom” if they are compromised.
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