The SDoT Labelling Service (LS) is designed and manufactured in Germany based on the security by design principle.
The security appliance meets the highest security standards of the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), EU and NATO. It was designed to be deployed in the toughest and mission critical environments around the world.
As an element of data centric security (DCS) or data centric audit and protection (DCAP) conepts, the SDoT Labelling Service takes over the role of classifying sensitive data and verifying labels. The XML security labels are cryptographically bound to any structured or unstructured data object. Combined with an SDoT Security Gateway it is possible to model complex cross domain solutions with a broad range of data objects and bi-directional exchange of data between systems, departments, organizations or nations.
The SDoT Labelling Services allows manual or automatic data classification with XML security labels. The SDoT Labelling Service is available as a virtual machine or hardware appliance. An open API enables any whitelisted user to classify data with tamper proof labels from any application.
|SDoT Labelling Service|
|Type||1 U, 19" rack mount|
|Material||stainless steel (non-magnetic steel optional), powder coated|
|Size||438 x 573 x 43.6 mm incl. power supply|
|LAN||Fiber or RJ45|
|Energy||Redundant, 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 5-3 A|
|Power input||95 W|
|Temperature||Optimized for complex missions|
|Humidity||Optimized for complex missions|
|Standards||CE, ROHS, REACH, ISO 9001, EAL4+, NATO STANAG 4774 / 4778|
|NATO MCM #||-|
Easy integration in your application ecosystem
NATO STANAG 4774 and 4778
STANAG stands for Standardization Agreement which define processes or military hardware. To enable future data exchange and interoperability amongst NATO Member States, NATO STANG 4774 and 4778 define a syntax (4774) for trusted security labels / markings and how these are cryptographically bound to data objects (4778) to ensure the integrity of data and the label. Trusted security labels include for example data on the creator, creation and expiration date. There are different profiles for REST, SMTP, SOAP, XMPP or Office Open XML. infodas remains involved in the improvement process and is part of the annual NATO Coalition Warrior Interoperability eXercise (CWIX).