Network Basic Language Translation System: Security Infrastructure

Report No. ARL-MR-668
Authors: Mark R. Mittrick
Date/Pages: July 2007; 28 pages
Abstract: The Department of Defense Horizontal-Fusion program was created in 2003 to usher in a new era in defense computation and communications. The Network Basic Language Translation System (NetBLTS) was proposed and accepted as part of the U.S. Army Research Laboratorys offering of initiatives within the Horizontal Fusion portfolio in 2003. This report provides an overview of NetBLTS components, including associated hardware and software, the architecture of the system, data storage, the secure facilities, security requirements, and availability of the system, with the focus on security issues and the difficulties created by them.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: July 1, 2007