Rugged, multi-domain cybersecurity solution answers Army’s technology modernization objectives
Crystal Group’s customizable NAS solution delivers rugged, reliable data storage at the tactical edge. As the U.S. Army focuses squarely on modernization to maintain a technological edge over potential adversaries, Crystal Group’s new Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution is ready to deliver with hardware-level protection of data classified as top-secret and below in dynamic environments and across multi-domain battlefields.
“This versatile cybersecurity fly-away-kit brings rugged and reliable cutting-edge storage, compute capacity and technology to the tactical edge,” said Jim Shaw, executive vice president of Engineering at Crystal Group. “Given the vital nature of these operations, our solution incorporates CSfC elements with IPsec and AES256 encryption, and chassis intrusion detection in addition to being NIST compliant and meeting strict U.S. Department of Defense quality and security requirements, such as MIL-SPEC for environmental performance.”
Equipped with FIPS 140-2 data encryption, key management, near-zero latency, chassis intrusion detection and instant data destruction, customers gain a modern, easy-to-use NAS solution to protect mission-critical data at rest and data in transit. The system’s real-time data processing and tamper-evident security coatings are critical to ensuring immediate threat response.
Crystal Group, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged computer and electronic hardware, will feature this exciting new fail-safe solution in booth 844 at AUSA—The Association of the United States Army’s Annual Meeting—in Washington D.C., October 14-16. Their display and product demos will integrate several of their key partners, including CommScope—formerly Ruckus, Racktop, Seagate and PIC Wire & Cable.