Strategies for Enabling Multi-Domain Collaboration through Secure Data & File Transfer

As the U.S Department of Defense (DoD), Intel community and federal agencies increase multi-domain operations, the protection of mission-critical data transfer between networks of different classification levels is paramount in enabling secure collaboration between HQ, the tactical edge and with its Mission Partner Environment (MPE).


Although the DoD is making great strides to improve interoperability and defensive cyber operations, without a sound Zero Trust approach to secure data transfer, mission decision-making will hinge on an incomplete picture of information and high consequence data could leak into adversarial hands.Join Forcepoint as we discuss practical considerations for enabling collaboration within and between agencies and allies, including:

  • Challenges our customers face with real-time agency and ally collaboration efforts.
  • Why Cross Domain Solutions (CDS) are the superior choice as the DoD looks to modernize its’ secure multi-domain data transfer operations.
  • How Cross Domain transfer guards fit into the latest recommended Zero Trust frameworks and the NSA NCDSMO’s Raise the Bar program requirements.
  • Cross Domain transfer guard use cases for tactical and MPE operations.
  • The total economic impact of-, and the benefits the DoD is already realizing with CDS guards.
  • Critical Cross Domain transfer guard vendor capabilities that if are not met, may affect real-time mission decision-making and security

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Bob Ackerman
Editor in Chief
SIGNAL Magazine

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DOD & Military, Dept of Homeland Security, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government

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