Secure framework for responsive development and rapid deployment of cross domain solutions.
The long-standing partnership between Peraton and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has ensured secure information sharing and collaboration across government domains through advanced cross domain solutions.
Constantly evolving cyber threats and stringent security guidelines have necessitated new technical advancements to meet today’s changing mission requirements. Once again, Peraton and AFRL cyber experts have joined forces to develop a cross domain solution called X-domain Agile Rules-Based Information Transfer Orchestrator (X-ARBITOR), a government off-the-shelf solution, set for release in Spring 2021.
X-ARBITOR is the result of a “next generation guard” engineering effort whose guiding principle is the establishment of a secure, scalable framework that supports responsive development and rapid deployment of cross domain solutions. Leveraging current capabilities and building off years of lessons learned, the X-ARBITOR team has implemented fundamental architectural changes for improved security of the network fabric as well as enhanced manageability and monitoring capabilities to include:
- NIAP Evaluated OS
- Root of Trust
- Fine Grained MAC and DAC
- Role-Based Access with Two Person Control
- Integrity and Process Monitoring
- Auditing and Logging support for SIEM
- Autonomous Event Management
- Filter Orchestration Engine
- Modular Security Policy
- Pluggable Filters and Protocol Adapters
- Extensive GUI-driven Configurability
- Open APIs
The Peraton team is proud to advance the AFRL mission with full lifecycle engineering services.