Boeing will showcase its latest cross-domain transfer solutions — which feature technology accredited at the highest level of protection in the United States for secure information sharing — at the 2010 Unified Cross Domain Management Office (UCDMO) Conference, Aug. 9-12 in Boston. These solutions support U.S., coalition, and international partners with technology that provides more robust capabilities in sharing sensitive information during critical time-sensitive missions, including military and emergency-response and -recovery efforts.
Boeing’s solutions employ technology from one of the company’s recent acquisitions, eXMeritus. Boeing’s eXMeritus HardwareWall application allows secure transfer of information among networks operating at different security levels and is one of only a few technologies listed on the Office of National Intelligence UCDMO Baseline, a re-use list of solutions already certified and accredited by sponsoring agencies. Boeing’s eXMeritus HardwareWall 1U Tactical Appliance, its latest cross-domain transfer solution, provides customers with more computing power across three security classifications in a more compact size and lighter weight to support enterprise-level and ready-for-flight applications.
“One of the key challenges our customers have discussed with us is the need to share sensitive information among allies quickly during critical missions,” said Dewey Houck, director, Boeing Intelligence & Security Systems (I&SS) Mission Systems. “The HardwareWall technology addresses those challenges with a flexible system that supports both enterprise-level and airborne platforms, enabling customers to produce actionable intelligence and counter global threats across a range of security and network domains.”
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