Solving the Cross-Domain Conundrum

  title={Solving the Cross-Domain Conundrum},
  author={Bernard F Koelsch},
Abstract : Commanders have operated in multiple security domains since the advent of national security classification structures and command and control systems. Planning, execution, and control in JIIM environments demands the movement of information between the security domains of all participants. Cross-domain solutions facilitate the necessary transfers, but only for systems designed to operate at multiple security levels or with multilevel security. Cross-domain solutions are also… 
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