There are few organizations that require higher security measures for their data than those in the military sector. From small agencies and mobile teams to larger bases and headquarters, maintaining secure data is an important component of successful operations.
Here are three areas where data security for the military is most critical.
Those who participate in military operations and processes—including those in the private sector who work on government contracts or other military-related projects—are subject to thorough background checks, security clearances, and continued reporting. And all of those precautions can be put at risk in the case of a data breach or security violation.
Using military-grade data security for military personnel can keep your team and your work safe from security incidents or compromised data no matter where they are.
Keeping weapons and armaments secure is truly a matter of life and death, and that goes for the manuals, plans, blueprints, objectives, and other data associated with them as well. As the world continues to decrease our reliance on paper and hard copies of such information, keeping that data stored electronically can leave it vulnerable to hacks and disruptions.
By implementing fully encrypted and secure solutions for weapons-related information, you can protect your most sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands.
Successful surveillance operations rely on being uncompromised—and often on being undetected. Whether monitoring secure locations, keeping tabs on potentially dangerous situations, or providing a means of investigation, obtaining and securing surveillance data includes protecting it from disruptions or thefts. But as such data is both procured and transmitted, there may be weaknesses that can put it at risk.
Secured transfer and storage solutions using military-grade data encryption allow you to maintain surveillance initiatives without vulnerability to attack.
DataLocker’s suite of solutions are designed to provide data security for the military without the hassles of installation, configuration, or added security training for your team. In addition, our products are compliant with TAA (Trade Agreements Act), as well as with directives from HIPAA, SOX, DHS, NRC, GLB, and more.