Why Trusted Platform Modules are Critical to Deployed Network Attached Storage
Classified data-at-rest (DAR) in deployed applications faces both internal and external threats that can subject sensitive data to exploitation.
Removing 10 GbE Network Attached Storage Bottlenecks
Network attached storage (NAS) devices have the ability to protect and store critical data at high-performance speeds.
Airborne Applications & Protecting Data at Rest
Protecting top-secret data on network attached storage with National Security Agency (NSA) approved encryption for military aircraft.
High-Speed Data Recording Insights for the Military Embedded Industry
This paper covers encryption approaches for high-speed networks and solutions, taking into consideration a recording system’s size and power requirements.
Mandatory Parameters and Data Storage Requirements for Flight Data Recorders
What parametric data regulatory bodies require flight data recorders (FDR) to store, how data is processed for FDRs, and what features FDRs need to meet future needs.
Choosing the Right Data Storage Solutions for Modern Military Missions
This paper discusses the advanced characteristics of both network-attached storage devices and direct-attached storage devices.
Seaborne Applications & Protecting Data-at-Rest
Find out how seaborne applications like UUVs, USVs, and submarines store and protect top-secret data-at-rest with a network-attached storage device.
Data-at-Rest Build vs. Buy Considerations for Deployed Storage Devices
This paper focuses on deployed DAR devices. Whether you build a NAS or buy an existing COTS NAS, each approach has advantages and disadvantages.
What's New in CSfC Data-at-Rest Capability Package 5.0
This paper provides a review of the most recent changes from CP 4.0 to 5.0 with special emphasis on Unattended Operation Use Case and a HH solution.
Addressing Safety and Maintenance Concerns by Combining Flight Recording and Usage Monitoring into a Single Device
Aircraft operators are constantly looking for ways to reduce the size and weight of onboard avionics units. For many operators, a flight recorder (FR) is essential to meet regulatory requirements.
DAR Series Part 4: NSA CSfC vs. Type 1 Encryption
Explore the differences and benefits of Type 1 and CSfC encryption approaches. Use this guide to make informed decisions for your program requirements.
DAR Series Part 3: NSA Type 1 Encryption
A Type 1 product is a classified or Controlled Cryptographic Item (CCI) endorsed by the NSA for securing classified and sensitive U.S. government information.