INFORMATION EXCHANGE GATEWAYS PAPER PUBLISHED
The latest White Paper from Nexor brings the Information Exchange Gateway story up-to-date. It looks at the changing context in which they are being used; recent experiences in deploying them; and what the future holds.
Information exchange is required in the military context to provide seamless human-to-human communication across the force for mission planning and execution.
An Information Exchange Gateway is a solution for effecting information sharing between different security and information domains by providing a managed set of information exchange services.
Whilst information exchange is desired, the confidentiality and other information assurance aspects of connected information domains cannot be compromised and therefore suitable information protection services must be implemented.
The paper explores the Information Exchange Gateway (IEG) concept, and looks at the practical issues Nexor has encountered in deploying solutions – largely based around flexibility to meet the business challenge and provide the required level of trust in the information exchange.
Andrew Kays, Managing Director at Nexor, explains:
“I’m really pleased that we have been able to compile our experiences in the deployment of Information Exchange Gateways from across our global customer base. This includes our work with organisations such as NATO and the European Defence Agency and I’d recommend it as essential reading for anyone working in this space.”
The new paper “Information Exchange Gateways: The Evolving Story” is now available for download from the White Papers section of our website.
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