How Safety and Security are Evolving in the Digital Age
The technological shifts that are redefining defense also have the potential to transform daily life. Dominic Perez, chief technology officer at Curtiss-Wright, discusses the innovations of tomorrow (and the threats to safety and security).
Secure Mesh Networking Comes to Mobile Command Posts
NATO armed forces have called for more mobility, maneuverability, interoperability, and reduced setup time for tactical command posts.
AI/ML-Based Attack Signal Intelligence at the Tactical Edge
Advances in generative artificial intelligence (AI) are enabling adversaries to build new attacks faster and evade signature-based threat detection with ease.
The Evolution of Real-Time Data-Sharing in Naval Warfare
Naval warfare demands seamless, real-time data sharing across multiple platforms, from aircraft to surface ships to submarines.
Bringing Secure Mesh Wireless to Mobile Command Posts
Military wireless networks in the military can be secured through the proven use of NSA-approved Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) encryption.
Joint’s the Point!
The US Navy’s Project “Overmatch” forms a key part of the US Department of Defense’s JADC2 initiative. What challenges does this project face as it evolves?
March Radio Roundup
Curtiss-Wright has unveiled new PacStar Radio Chassis models designed to accommodate either three or four radios.
Trusted Computing for National Defense
Cyber security enters the realm of zero trust, as military forces seek to safeguard sensitive military technologies from enemy cyber hackers and spoofers.
DoD’s MOSA Mandate Drives CMOSS Approach to A-PNT
The U.S. Army’s Mounted Assured PNT System (MAPS) program was initiated to replace existing GPS receivers and antennas in most of the Army’s ground vehicle variants.
Secure Mesh Wireless Networks Drive Command Post Mobility
For years, the goal of our armed forces has been mobility at the command post, with Army leaders setting the standard to be able to move hourly, with the command post’s network ready, powered up and receiving in five minutes.
Reducing SWaP in the Field with a USB-based Hardware Security Module
Digital keys are a core concept in establishing secure networks, one as relevant in a data center application as it is at the edge of the tactical battlefield.
Unified Network Communications Management: The Next Step to Realizing MOSA
Because MOSA (Modular Open Systems Approach) is an approach and not itself a standard, solutions that support this vision can be achieved through many different means as long as interfaces and communications protocols are based on open standards.