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Inline network encryptors - enabling Internet protocol tunneling for securing data

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Dunn, C., III ; U.S. Army Battle Command Battle Lab., Fort Gordon, GA, USA ; Widby, J.B. ; Watson, S. ; Del Rio, R.R.
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This paper presents an analysis of the different TNEs available to DoD, their capabilities and usability. Also, this paper examines the technical support provided by the Battle Command Battle Laboratory-Gordon (BCBL-G) and the results of the test and evaluation conducted on the general dynamics KG-235 Sectera FNE by the Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC). This evaluation includes examining the interoperability between KG-235, KG-175 and the network encryption system (NES). The paper concludes by providing a look at future INEs.

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Information Assurance Workshop, 2005. IAW '05. Proceedings from the Sixth Annual IEEE SMC

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15-17 June 2005

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