Archon ZV Platform
Mobile personnel working with sensitive and classified information can’t risk identity disclosure or information leakage. They need a mobile device that enables them to work efficiently while protecting against operating system vulnerabilities, configuration errors, errant or malicious code, traffic sniffing, location tracking, and other threats.
The NSA had this requirement in mind when it created the Commercial Solution for Classified (CSfC) Mobile Access Capability Package (MACP).
But most of today’s CSfC compliant portable devices are expensive, complicated to use in the field, and difficult to roll out and manage at scale.
The Archon (ZV) platform realizes the promise of the CSfC MACP, building on a Dell Latitude laptop to create a zero-trust operating environment with customized security:
Pre-configured laptop with integrated hardware:
Pre-configured CSfC Laptop with Integrated Hardware
SPEC’D WITH YOU
We meet with you to understand your mission requirements, including allowed tasks, edge network connectivity, and offline operation.
Laptops are configured with your security policy at the factory-tailored for individual teams or users if needed and then shipped to you.
DEPLOY IN MINUTES
Users can begin using the pre-configured laptop in minutes as soon as they download a certificate.
NO TRAINING REQUIRED
Personnel need little or no training because security does not alter the user experience. The Archon ZV laptop supports any mission applications running on Windows, Linux, Android, or POSIX
OTA UPDATES + MANAGEMENT
Configuration can only be modified over the air by your team or us. Use Archon Manager to make updates over the air, including certificate renewals. Users can’t change the configuration, providing.
The Archon ZV Difference:
The U.S. government increasingly requires the immediate use of the market’s most advanced commercial hardware and software technologies within National Security Systems (NSS) to achieve mission objectives.
That’s why NSA/CSS has established the Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) program: To leverage commercial products for layered solutions that protect restricted NSS information.
Utilizing innovations from the commercial marketplace allows U.S. government agencies to securely communicate through systems that can be deployed in the field in months, not years.
Building the right infrastructure for secure communications is never a one-size-fits-all project. The types of information, who you are, who you’re communicating to, and how secure the connection needs to be all play huge roles in determining the right blend of technology to support your needs.