Developing a cross-domain solution (CDS) in the Cloud may require security, compliance, and technical considerations.
In a cross domain solution (CDS), where data must be transferred securely between two different security domains or networks with different levels of access control, one-way data transfer can be an effective method for ensuring the security of sensitive data.
The “4 C’s” of Cross Domain Solutions (CDSs) refer to the primary objectives that these systems seek to accomplish.
A secure data diode is a hardware component that ensures unidirectional communication between two networks. It is designed to only permit data to flow in one direction, preventing data from flowing in the opposite direction.
Here are the steps you can take to implement a test procedure for a cross domain solution using existing documented test plans to ensure product validation and verification.
Foreseeing every potential issue or factor can be challenging when developing a Cross Domain Solution (CDS).
When developing a Cross Domain Solution (CDS), it is essential to consider various security, networking, and compliance factors. The potential impact of the CDS on end-users and their workflow is one factor that is not always discussed in depth.
Moving your business to the cloud can be a game-changer due to the enhanced security, efficiency, and cost savings it offers.
Moving your business to the Cloud is a smart decision for any company seeking to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and increase security.
PhD research that was published in the 2022 International Conference on Data Science and its Applications (ICoDSA).