The U.S. Army has selected Raytheon Technologies‘ Collins Aerospace business to manufacture a small form factor platform capable of enabling secure, real-time data transfers between platforms from different domains. The company said Sunday it will deliver to Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office a cross-domain technology meant to disseminate data across different classification levels. […] More
U.S. Cyber Command is looking for information on small businesses that can provide technical assistance in deploying security technologies to support data transmission between Department of Defense, intelligence community and commercial networks. Cybercom said in a notice posted Tuesday that it seeks support in implementing the WOLFDOOR cross-domain solution for secure network operations in addition to integrating the Joint Cyber Warfighting Architecture’s disparate components.
A Raytheon subsidiary has launched a cross-domain printer product intended to help organizations consolidate printing into a single network. Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions built Trusted Print Delivery to use commercial technology and incorporate Raytheon's Trusted Gateway System to help customers mitigate security vulnerabilities, the company said Monday. Ed Hammersla, RTCS chief operating officer, said the […] More