BAE Security Platform Accredited for Cross-Domain Information Sharing

Bae-systems-logo_ExecutiveBiz1A BAE Systems technology designed to secure data exchange across multiple networks has obtained accreditation from the Cross Domain Technical Advisory Board.

BAE’s XTS Guard has also been added to the Unified Cross Domain Services Management Office’s list of baseline products for U.S. defense and intelligence customers, BAE said Monday.

The platform is built to handle up to 20 security domains and support a variety of data formats.

Technologies included on the UCDSMO inventory have a lifecycle support agreement for a period of at least three years, according to BAE.

The Defense Information Systems Agency uses the XTS Guard to protect communications among authorized Pentagon users on the Global Information Grid.

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