Boeing HardwareWall data-transfer security system achieves U.S. government certification
Raise the Bar certification from U.S. National Security Agency demonstrates the Boeing HardwareWall’s merit.
Boeing’s investment in digital advancement is proven in the industry. It’s now being recognized by the U.S. government, as Boeing’s cross-domain data-transfer security system achieves a new certification.
The Boeing HardwareWall meets the current design, implementation and use requirements of the U.S. National Security Agency’s Raise the Bar initiative. Raise the Bar is a strategy aimed at improving the cybersecurity of all cross-domain solutions used to protect U.S. government classified information as well as those being sold for export.
“HardwareWall is more capable, secure, and provides better value to customers than other cross-domain solutions,” said Ann Stevens senior director, Maritime Undersea. “The Raise the Bar certification confirms that HardwareWall is a trusted product providing a great level of fidelity and visibility during operations.”
With some of the highest data transfer rates in the industry, HardwareWall quickly and securely shares data. Built for customer objectives, it supports numerous protocols in both classified and unclassified formats for the military, security, and law-enforcement. Physically, it is lightweight and compact, yet can withstand extreme weather and temperature conditions.
“Our customers depend on HardwareWall to stay ahead of emerging threats,” said Stevens. “Cyber-attacks are a constant threat for government agencies. Our cross-domain solution being in compliance with the NSA’s certification shows the commitment we have to cybersecurity excellence.”
HardwareWall greatly reduces the time and labor required to transfer data to and from mission operations environments, while providing the highest degree of security.