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Cryptographic and Security
Programs and Systems

The security challenges confronting information technology resources are multiplying rapidly with the exponential growth of interconnected systems for producing and exchanging data and information. Defense against the Information Warfare threat activity must be augmented by Information Systems Security disciplines and focused management decisions to ensure protection of information technology resources.

Stand Alone

In-Line Network

Embedded

Data

KG-40
KG-81 WALBURN
KG-84
KG-94 WALBURN
KG-95 WALBURN
KG-194 WALBURN
KGR-96
KGV-8 THORNTON
KGV-11
KIV-6
KIV-7 Family
KIV-19 WALBURN
KW-46

SecNet11 (Harris Corp.)

BLACKER
E-HHX (EIP)
KG-75 FASTLANE
KG-175 TACLANE
KG-189 SONET
Cornfield
E-HLU (PEIP)
KG-66
KGR-66 KUTA
KGV-68 NOBLEMAN
U-HAY HAYFIELD
U-TVB (CDH)

Voice

ANDVT
KIV-14
STU-III (STE)
U-AXM RAILMAN
PARKHILL
SAVILLE
SANCHEZ
SPEAK EASY
VINSON

TEMPEST

In-Line Network Encryptors (INEs) are end-to-end data encryption devices which provide data confidentiality and integrity across LANs and Wide Area Networks (WANs). INEs are typically located at the boundary of secure enclaves and an external network. INEs are planned to be implemented within the DoN to support the classified implementation of DMS.

Sources and Methods



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Updated March 26, 2002