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Cubic, Memkor Jointly Validate Secure Data-at-Rest Server Solution

Anthony Verna,

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Cubic, Memkor Jointly Validate Secure Data-at-Rest Server Solution

Cubic Mission and Performance Solutions has partnered with Memkor, a rugged memory device manufacturer, to test and validate a secure data-at-rest server solution.

Data at rest refers to data that is not actively moving across devices or networks. While considered more secure than data in motion, data at rest often contain information that is more valuable for attackers, according to Digital Guardian.

The new M3-SE-VSVR5-P server is designed to provide an SDAR capability using Memjor’s self-encrypting drives, Cubic said Wednesday.

Anthony Verna, senior vice president and general manager of Cubic’s edge compute and networking business unit, said the product satisfies a new Department of Defense requirement for SDAR.

“We are pleased with the Cubic partnership with Memkor, and our M3-SE-VSVR5-P product ensures the data is fully secured and encrypted,” said Verna, a member of the Potomac Officers Club.

Cubic explained that SDAR capabilities often need a centralized key management server to access stored data, which requires additional communications equipment that increases weight and radio frequency footprint.

The M3-SE-VSVR5-P eliminates the need to communicate with a centralized KMS as the server itself can store data securely, the company said.

Cubic added that the device comes with 16 physical cores, up to 16 GB of RAM and a RAID controller for up to 10 bays of solid-state drives.

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