OWT: The Perfect Solution for Meeting RTB Operational and Audit Requirements

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Scott Coleman, Shawn Campbell, Brian Romansky

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According to the latest Raise-the-Bar requirements from the NCDSMO for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC), any active cross domain solution (CDS) will be required to transmit audit logs to a Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) center where monitoring and forensics can be performed. There is a similar requirement in effect for the NSA Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Continuous Monitoring (CM) of network segments and other high-security architectures. Hardware-enforced one-way transfer (OWT) devices, such as a data diode, are required security mechanisms for this purpose. Deployments of ten or dozens of cross domain solutions can result in a massive concentration of OWT devices, placing unsustainable size, weight, power, and cost burdens on even the most well-funded programs. Large numbers of standalone OWT devices also create an administrative nightmare for network operators who need to configure and manage an individual appliance for every connection. Join our panel of cybersecurity experts as they discuss the latest Raise the Bar requirements for DCO audit & logging, the issues facing operators, and how new technologies can help consolidate connections, reducing operational and capital expenses, while meeting RTB requirements. What you’ll learn: * Key elements of the latest RTB requirements for DCO and CSfC * Architectures to meet the RTB requirements using CDSs and OWT solutions * Solutions to reduce operational and capital expenses while meeting RTB requirements

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