Data at Rest Build vs. Buy: Lead Time
Should you build or buy network attached storage or network file servers for data at rest? We look at the build process from design to CSfC encryption and buy lead times.
Data at Rest and NVMe Memory
We look at solid-state memory types for data at rest (DAR) in deployed military applications including solid-state memory devices: SATA and NVMe.
Data at Rest Build vs. Buy: Flexibility
Find out why the flexibility of a network-attached storage device matters when choosing to build or buy a subsystem.
Ruggedization, Space Constraints an Ongoing Challenge for Military Data-at-rest
Trying to strike a balance between power and security with data-at-rest in the field – and doing it all within a highly constrained space in an environment with dirt and moisture that threatens to damage expensive equipment – is a tall order indeed.
Remote Network Boot Reduces Cost and Risk
Paul Davis looks at the use of Network Attached Storage and Network Booting in deployed systems.
Edge Computing, Encryption, and DAR
Paul Davis takes a look at Edge Computing and approved encryption methods for Data at Rest on Network Attached Storage.
Securing Telemetry Data with Commercial Encryption Standards Article from Military Embedded Systems
Telemetry data from military flight tests often needs to be secured, not only when at rest, but also while in motion across a network or a telemetry link.
Can Top-Secret Data Be Transported Unclassified?
The CSfC program leverages commercial encryption technologies and products to provide much-needed cybersecurity solutions quickly.
Curtiss-Wright Demonstrates Ease of Integration of Data-in-Motion and Data-at-Rest MOSA Solutions with PacStar IQ-Core Software
Prototype system demonstrates single control/management interface concept for Curtiss-Wright MOSA-based DTS1 network attached storage (NAS) device and PacStar tactical battlefield network and processing systems.
Meeting the Challenge of Managing Both Data-in-Motion and Data-at-Rest Devices
From mission computers to sensor management computers, these subsystems must share data via Ethernet networks. We look at data-in-motion, data-in-transit and data-at-rest solutions.
Exploiting Big Data for Defense
The “big data problem” – too much raw data coming too fast over too many channels – remains sizable in both the defense arena and in the commercial realm, but currently entities from both sides are making consistent efforts to chip away at it.