Paul Davis, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions
Encrypted storage designers must plan ahead – taking into consideration the probable “creep” in requirements for storage, I/O, and encryption – when architecting a new system that requires data storage. The likelihood of needing to accommodate increased demands makes it prudent to choose a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device or recorder that can grow with those demands.
Data security is a major concern for all businesses these days. One only has to follow the news coverage of data breaches at large retailers, major corporations, and government agencies to see the financial and security fallout from these attacks. However, for deployed military applications, data security has always been a concern and thanks to new Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) options, data-at-rest security has become more efficient and affordable.