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As the threat of cyberattacks continues to rise, users are increasingly looking for devices that offer more security options than traditional consumer-grade tablets and laptops. This is particularly true for military and defense applications, where the consequences of a security breach can be catastrophic.

At our manufacturing company, we understand the importance of providing rugged devices with military-grade security features. In this article, we will explore the key security features that set our devices apart, and why they are critical for defense and military applications.

The Importance of Military-Grade Security Features in Rugged Devices

Authentication Features

Multi-factor authentication has become a fundamental security standard, and all our devices support it. In addition to password, facial recognition, or fingerprint scan, our military-grade devices are configurable for RFID or smart card scanning. This extra layer of authentication ensures that only authorized personnel can access the device and its data.

Data Security Features

All our devices feature Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, a dedicated cryptographic processor on the motherboard used for data encryption and storage. In addition, our military-grade devices have toolless removal/installation of the data storage drives, adding an extra layer of security when the device is not in use. This feature also enables easy and rapid data transfer between devices, while preventing an abandoned device from being used as a cyberweapon.

Physical Security Features

Our rugged devices come with a host of physical security features, including Kensington lock slots to prevent theft, removable microphones and webcams, and privacy shutters for non-removable webcams. These features are ideal for military applications, where security breaches can have serious consequences.

“Look Deeper” Features

In addition to the above features, our rugged devices also come with additional security measures. For example, our devices have Secret Internet Protocol Router/Non-Classified Protocol Router (SIPR/NIPR) capability, compliance with Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS), theft protection in the BIOS controls and device setting lockout, optical drive security, Data At Rest (DAR) security, and additional chip/OS manufacturer security safeguards. These features vary by nation, branch of service, and jurisdiction, and may involve local third-party cooperation.

At our manufacturing company, we understand the importance of providing rugged devices with military-grade security features. Our devices go above and beyond consumer-grade devices, with multi-factor authentication, toolless removal/installation of data storage drives, and a host of physical and “look deeper” security features. If you are looking for a rugged device with military-grade security and critical capabilities, look no further than our products.

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