Military Embedded Systems

CSfC security suite introduced by Star Lab Corporation


September 09, 2019

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

Washington, D.C. Star Lab Corporation announced that Titanium Security Suite 7.0 for Linux (Titanium 7.0) has been released and is now available for immediate program integration. This latest release has been improved to support certification requirements for Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) from the National Security Agency.

Officials claim that Titanium 7.0 now includes several new features, including FortiFDE and AuthFS, providing block layer encryption (i.e. software full-disk encryption) and authenticated file systems, respectively.

The AuthFS capability is the foundation for full–system whitelisting, which will be unveiled in a near-term interim release. Runtime security and cryptographic performance have been improved by several code enhancements, according to the company. Final NSA CSfC certification for classified data-at-rest protection is expected in Q4 2019.

Titanium 7.0 also includes support for stacking SELinux – enabling programs to achieve both object-based and user-based mandatory access control. Star Lab Corporation claims that SELinux stacking with Titanium 7.0 is an ideal solution for addressing NIST 800-53 cybersecurity and information assurance requirements, along with anti-tamper and data-at-rest protection requirements.

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