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Data-at-Rest Build vs. Buy: Flexibility

This blog discusses why the flexibility of a network-attached storage device matters when choosing to build or buy a subsystem


First in Flight, First in Two Layer Commercial Encryption

The DTS1 was the first Network Attached Storage (NAS) device that included two layers of certified and approved Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) encryption.


Data-at-Rest Build vs. Buy: Why Export Matters

When a new vehicle is being planned and designed, engineers, system architects, program managers, and acquisition personnel typically debate three procurement options for the subsystems.


Remote Network Boot Reduces Cost and Risk

For many years, deployed systems used direct attached storage (DAS) to host the operating system (OS) and application (APP) software for embedded computers in deployed vehicles.


Video Recording, Storage, and Encryption

In addition to radar and other similar sensors, many cameras are now being included in the sensor suite. Whether they're infrared for nighttime operations or traditional daytime cameras, they have higher resolution than ever and continuously stream data (frames).


Edge Computing, Encryption, and DAR

Processing the data at the edge creates new risks: If the aircraft is downed or lost, the data may become available to an adversary. Data passed on for further analysis before storage may also be vulnerable. But these risks can be mitigated by...


What is Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN)?

Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of Ethernet networking capabilities that transmit time-sensitive data across standard Ethernet networks.


Can Top-Secret Data Be Transported Unclassified?

Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) is essential for the National Security Agency (NSA) strategy to deliver secure cybersecurity solutions. The CSfC program leverages commercial encryption technologies and products to provide much-needed cybersecurity solutions quickly.


IQ-Core Remote Operations and Management (ROAM)

Armed forces operating in remote and austere battlefield environments must overcome a range of emerging threats and vulnerabilities that can result in disruptions to critical mission connectivity.


How a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) Will Enable JADC2

Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) aims to connect sensors from the Army, Air Force, and Navy into a single cloud-like network that will enable swifter, more informed decision making. Learn more in this blog.


What is a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA)?

The MOSA directive has accelerated the adoption of a variety of MOSA supporting standards, including SOSA, CMOSS, FACE, VICTORY, and GVA, by the Army, Air Force, and Navy.


Artificial Intelligence Applications for the Military at the Network Edge

The concept of edge computing describes how data can be processed by distributed local computational resources that are physically close to the sensors collecting the data.