Cross Domain Solutions
General Dynamics cross-domain technologies have revolutionized the computer users’ access to sensitive information. Organizations around the world can now access information at various levels of security more quickly and efficiently than ever before, while contributing to overall cost reductions and increasing system-wide mobility.
TACDS - Tactical Cross Domain Solution
Enables information sharing across different security domains in tactical vehicles, aircraft and dismounted soldier systems. This low cost, small Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP), tamper-resistant cross domain solution that is ideal for almost any vehicle, mobile shelter, ground sensor system, aircraft or UAV. TACDS is ruggedized and has been proven in numerous military exercises, demonstrations and operations.
A software-only virtual transfer solution designed for tactical mission environments that require cross domain processing at the tactical edge. CrossingGuard XD can be employed on any trusted virtual platform, such as General Dynamics Trusted Embedded Environment or Trusted Virtual Environment.
General Dynamics Mission Systems and REDCOM Collaborate to Protect Classified Secure Voice Conferencing
General Dynamics announced a strategic relationship with REDCOM Laboratories, Inc. to provide U.S. government agencies and enterprises with an ACC-compliant solution for Type 1 secure voice gateways.
General Dynamics Mission Systems Introduces the NSA Certified KOV-28 Open Systems Architecture Crypto Module
General Dynamics announced today the addition of the KOV-28 Open Systems Architecture (OSA) crypto module to its space and aviation encryption portfolio. Certified by the National Security Agency (NSA), the KOV-28 OSA crypto module secures communication channels across contested environments on a va…
Brian Morrison, the vice president and general manager of the Cyber Systems line of business, shares his vision for helping customers address their need for high speed, high performance encryption to protect data as it travels across Layer 2 Ethernet networks.