HERNDON, Va., April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions (RTCS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), today announced the general availability of its Trusted Print Delivery™ (TPD) cross domain solution. This commercial-off-the-shelf, highly secure solution enables users to print from existing applications at different security or sensitivity levels to a single printer located on the high side network.
"By reducing the amount of hardware, space, power, support and supplies needed in environments that currently require separate printers for each sensitivity level, a great cost and administrative savings can be achieved," stated Ed Hammersla, chief operating officer for Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions. "When you factor in the robust security provided by the certified and accredited Trusted Gateway System guard, customers also reduce their risk exposure."
DoD and other federal government customers are looking for ways to increase cost efficiencies and reduce their energy consumption. "Trusted Print Delivery enables printer consolidation, which in turn enables space and energy reduction," stated Hammersla. "This product can be instrumental in helping agencies across the DoD and federal government meet consolidation goals."
TPD uses the widely deployed and accredited Unified Cross Domain Management Office (UCDMO) Baseline listed Trusted Gateway System (TGS) as the Protection Level 4 (PL4) cross domain guard component. TGS ensures that malicious data is not transferred from the low side to the high side network and that sensitive data is not inadvertently or intentionally transferred from a high side network to a lower level network.RTCS products are designed to enable secure access and transfer of sensitive information for government, intelligence community, civilian and corporate entities in the U.S. and around the globe, including 5 Eyes nations and NATO. With over a decade-and-a-half of proven success, RTCS is the global leader in cross domain solutions. RTCS products continue to strike the right balance between information protection and information sharing.