General Dynamics Delivers Unmanned System Data Security Tech to US Gov’t

General Dynamics Delivers Unmanned System Data Security Tech to US Gov’t
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General Dynamics's mission systems business has supplied encryption systems to the U.S. government to help users secure intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and mission data in unmanned systems.

The ProtecD@R Multi-Platform is designed to protect data even if the hard drive is compromised or lost and supported by the company-built GEM One Encryptor Management software, the company said Tuesday.

The National Security Agency certified ProtecD@R, which weighs less than 5 pounds, last month to support information security work in unmanned operations.

GDMS developed the technology to complement the firm's TACLANE network encryptor products.

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