DAR Series Part 1: Data Threats and Protection
Classified data-at-rest (DAR) faces both internal and external threats that can subject sensitive data to exploitation. DAR is particularly at risk during missions if the deployed vehicle is lost but is also at risk during transport to and from the vehicle.
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.
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 Encryption Guide
Cost-effective, proven, and certified COTS storage solutions that match various data security requirements, including NSA Type 1, NSA CSfC, CC, NIAPC and FIPS 140-2.
Unmanned Surface Vehicle Requires Encrypted Storage for the Autonomy System
Tasked with building a new Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), a shipbuilder faced challenging requirements.
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.
Unmanned Surface Vehicle Requires NetBoot and Commercial Encryption
Tasked with building a new Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), a shipbuilder faced challenging requirements. The developer planned to connect all the computer systems via a one gigabit Ethernet (1 GbE) network.
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.
Aircraft Developer Looks to Modernize Storage of Sensitive Data
A leading C5ISR system integrator reached out to Curtiss-Wright in search of network-attached storage (NAS) server that would bring their aging fleet up-to-date.