On guards (C4ISR Journal)
New Raytheon system makes GSA list (UPI.com)
Raytheon working to address data volume (UPI.com)
Farnborough 2010: CENTCOM gears up for ISR network upgrade
Under Siege: Contractors and military strengthen cyber-war defenses
(Defense Technology International)
Raytheon Announces Commercial Availability of High Speed Guard™
Posted: Wed, 14 Dec 2011
Raytheon High-Speed Guard now on U.S. GSA Schedule
Posted: Mon, 09 Aug 2010
To schedule a High-Speed Guard demo, e-mail email@example.com
Meeting today’s secure transfer needs at tomorrow’s transfer rates.
Raytheon High-Speed Guard is a solution that bridges the security gap between different domains, resulting in a faster, efficient and cost-effective cross-domain solution – even for the most challenging data sharing environments. High-Speed Guard provides a controlled network interface that reviews and releases sensitive data, while still maintaining transfer rates above other options. Unlike other solutions, High-Speed Guard supports large computer systems with comparatively lower administrative costs, making it the best choice for large-scale deployments.
Key Features and Benefits
- Listed on the Unified Cross Domain Management Office (UCDMO) Baseline list of trusted cross-domain technologies
- Sustains industry's fastest rates of more than 9Gb/s on a 2 CPU platform
- Offers various configurations for ease of integration for all modes, no matter the sensitivity or size of the payload
- Provides flexible and adaptable data validation rules
- Supports multiple application protocols
- Customer configurable to be easily managed and maintained
- Includes reliable human review using digital signatures
- Certification history under DCID 6/3 up to PL4
- More than 190 installations
With a proven track record of more than 190 installations, Raytheon High-Speed Guard is an enforcer and adjudicator of network boundaries. High-Speed Guard 3.0 sustains full transfer rate on dual-processor commercial off-the-shelf servers running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 with a strict Security Enhanced Linux policy.