Seagate Government Solutions Forms Partnership With Crystal Group

Jeff Brody

HIAWATHA, Iowa – Through a partnership with Seagate Government Solutions (SGS), Crystal Group Inc. will  introduce the PASS SAS solid-state drives (SSD), which ruggedized and accredits data-encrypted drives for secure data storage at the tactical edge.

Crystal Group provides this data-at-rest solution that meets the highest computer security standards of the U.S. government, including FIPS 140-2 and NIAP accreditation.

SGS’s commercial, high-capacity 2.5-inch SAS SSDs and Crystal Group’s proprietary ruggedization processes is for the best combination in critical data protection and trusted-computing for military applications in extreme and unpredictable conditions.

As the Department of Defense (DoD) moves closer to a dual-encryption standard for their data strategy requirements, these drives deliver the first layer of accredited, hardware-based data encryption. As a result, DoD will integrate the next layer of cryptographic key management encryption for CSfC requirements at a much higher rate and standard.

About Seagate Government Solutions

SGS is the FOCI mitigated government arm of Seagate. Our mission is to deliver an array of data management solutions to federal agencies and their partners. We have highly secure, top performing, affordable data management with a robust supply chain of components and storage devices. Our proven technology adheres to strict government mandates while spearheading the way for advancements in the field of security—from unclassified to top secret, and beyond.

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