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In today’s geopolitical landscape information is power and the ability to protect and share information can be the difference between success and failure.

X-domain agile rules based information transfer orchestrator

Together with the cyber experts at the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), Arcfield has created an innovative, revolutionary Cross Domain Solution (CDS) called X-ARBITOR that enables U.S. government agencies and coalition partners operating at different classification levels to share information while also protecting critical infrastructure services from evolving cyber threats. X-ARBITOR was added to the National Cross Domain Strategy & Management Office (NCDSMO) Baseline list of approved CDSs in July of 2021.

X-ARBITOR’s motto is Secure Agility because of its unique ability to balance mission needs and security. The ground-breaking solution provides a scalable framework for the rapid development and deployment of CDSs, unparalleled network security, management and monitoring capabilities to include:


  • NSA NCDSMO Raise-the-Bar (RTB) Compliant

  • Red Hat Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux)

  • Recursive, RAIN Compliant Filter Orchestration Engine (FOE)

  • Multi-domain, Bi-directional Data Transfer

  • Broad Support for Complex and Fixed Format Data

  • Pluggable Filters and Protocol Adapters

  • Open Application Programmer Interfaces (APIs)

  • Extensive GUI-driven Configurability

  • Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) with Two Knowledgeable Person Control (TKPC)

  • Integrity and Process Monitoring

  • Auditing and Logging support for SIEM

  • Autonomous Event Management

  • Secure Boot

  • Fine Grained MAC and DAC

  • Modular SELinux Security Policy


Dave Grey

Arcfield Program Manager, Cross Domain Solutions

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