Referentia Systems' multi-domain access solution, CyberWalls ACCESS (AVE 1.2), has been added to the Unified Cross Domain Management Office (UCDMO) Baseline, which lists cross-domain technologies that provide the ability to access and/or transfer information between security domains. CyberWalls ACCESS (AVE 1.2) features a single client pane-of-glass capability which enables operators to log on from a single terminal to multiple security domains and services.
The UCDMO provides centralized coordination and oversight of cross-domain initiatives across the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC). Inclusion on the UCDMO Baseline provides DoD and IC customers a list of proven technologies and solutions. The baseline details cross-domain technologies that are in place, have a government sponsor, and a minimum three-year life-cycle support agreement.
CyberWalls ACCESS (AVE 1.2) uses virtual machines and IPSec virtual private networks (VPNs) to provide access to networks at different classification levels from a single terminal. The use of IPSec VPNs allows the collapse of multiple network infrastructures while reducing size, weight and power requirements. CyberWalls ACCESS (AVE 1.2) provides remote administration and centralized auditing services for enterprise-level deployments. Its heterogeneous architecture accommodates thick and thin clients, Windows and Linux operating systems, and independent network peripherals.
Referentia will be featuring CyberWalls at the UCDMO 4th Annual Conference August 9-12 in Boston, MA.
About Referentia Systems Incorporated
Founded in 1996, Referentia Systems Incorporated is a software developer of innovative cyber security and network enterprise solutions for the Federal government and the DoD. Headquartered in Hawaii, Referentia is a provider of command and control applications, advanced technology solutions and information technology services. Referentia has a proven track record of developing relevant innovation in interoperability communications, cross-domain solutions and architectures, and advanced network management systems.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE