ANDOVER, Mass. – Mercury Systems Inc. in Andover, Mass., is introducing the JDAR Type-1 encryptor module for cyber security applications for U.S. military organizations and prime defense contractors.
Mercury's JDAR data-at-rest encryptor received trusted computing NSA Type-1 encryption certification in 2022, and it has since been integrated into several of Mercury's data storage systems.
Operating in tactical environments increases the vulnerability of sensitive data, and adversaries potentially can gain access to data that is lost or compromised.
JDAR's NSA type-1 encryption prevents unauthorized personnel from gaining access to inactive classified mission data. Suitable for many types of manned and unmanned aircraft and ground vehicles, the module protects classified information to ease physically moving mission data during operations without risk of compromise.
JDAR offers NSA Certified Type-1 encryptor measures 5.04 by 3.94 by 0.63 inches and weighs less than 1 pound; consumes less than 7 Watts of power; operates in temperature from-40 to 85 degrees Celsius; cold starts in less than 12 seconds; has four lanes to connect SATA hard drives; and offers common open standard interfaces and VNX/3U VPX connectors.
For more information contact Mercury Systems online at www.mrcy.com.