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Intel® Technologies for Military Information Assurance: BriefFor the first time, military and government agencies can build on the significant investments of the enterprise sector to establish a cost-effective commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) computing foundation for classified information.Mission-critical and high-value data faces continuous threats ranging from espionage, malicious hackers, and unauthorized internal access to viruses, worms, blue-pill malware, and back-door attacks. The need for effective data isolation, multi-user access, and information assurance is greater than ever.Historically, information assurance computing systems—those with advanced data protection techniques supporting multiple and simultaneous independent levels of security—were highly complex and expensive. These systems were often based on purpose-built hardware and operating systems.Now there is a cost-effective alternative. Intel® processors and chipsets, together with validated third-party hardware ingredients and software solutions, enable information assurance computing systems based on COTS solutions. These systems promise to be far more cost effective to develop, validate, and support than legacy systems, while preventing the compromise of data security.Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) and Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) are the key technologies which enable Multi-Level Security while improving system performance, robustness, security, and trust.Read the full Intel® Technologies for Military Information Assurance Technology Brief.
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