DARPA Releases Multilevel Data Security Tech RFI

Jeff Brody

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's adaptive capabilities office is seeking information on existing and new multilevel security platforms that will work to protect data used for modern warfare and warfighting analysis.

DARPA said Friday in a FedBizOpps notice it seeks MLS tools to support the development of a Modeling and Simulation Integrated Environment intended to facilitate the controlled transmission of data across all classification levels within networked and stand-alone systems.

MSIE should help users manage data at the unclassified, secret, top secret, SCI and SAP security levels while connecting computing environments with different accessibility configurations, according to the notice.

The agency also wants that environment to tailor analysis results and output based on the authorization of individual users.

Interested parties can submit input through May 31.

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