multilevel security

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multilevel security

Processing data with different security clearances in the same system or network. Contrast with multiple single-level.
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With this solution, mission-critical programs can benefit from the combined cost efficiencies of Multi-Level Security and Open Source Software.
Prior to joining SAIC, Havermann served as the a senior advanced programs manager at General Dynamics, where he led technical design and management activities for multi-level security and other Information Assurance programs.
Both gateways feature an easily implementable interface with a multi-level security concept.
The system offers a multi-level security architecture where users are authenticated using highly secure public key infrastructure (PKI) technology while online digital assets are protected using lower-strength technology.
0 is a free alternative to other Windows software applications, now including document collaboration, commenting tools, spell checking, multi-level security and multimedia support.
During joint operations, the TNE multi-level security software enables greater flexibility and collaboration among organizations while ensuring that higher levels of classified information moving through the same tactical network remains secure and separated from information at lower security levels.
In addition to offering wide area system with high data throughput, the programme provides multi-level security that combines and reinforces tactical communications.
Using innovative Multi-Level Security features, DataVantage Global protects production data from being compromised by unauthorized entities.
AUSTIN, Texas -- BlueSpace Software Corporation, a leader in multi-level security (MLS) applications and middleware announced today that it will participate in the 2010 Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID).
The multi-level security approach includes multi-factor authentication, token passcodes, account number masking, and a shorter idle timeout.
The tier-one, carrier-class SBC capabilities include peering/interconnect and access; superior protocol and network interworking and interoperability; multi-level security for networks and applications; session and service level visibility via real time analytics; carrier grade redundancy; and Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, Security (FCAPS) management via the widely-used GenView[TM] EMS.
This new All Programmable MPSoC architecture provides processor scalability from 32 to 64 bits with support for virtualization, the combination of soft and hard engines for real time control and graphics/video processing, waveform and packet processing, next generation coherent interconnect and memory, advanced power management, and technology enhancements that deliver multi-level security, safety and reliability.

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