“SecureView provides a state-of-the-art access solution that is elegant, reliable and secure, providing access to multiple independent levels of security across networks of varying classifications,” said Dr. Dave DeProspero, lead for SecureView Operational Engineering.
As with most government facilities, the Rome Research Site in Rome, N.Y., is in a mission-critical posture reducing the AFRL on-site presence from nearly 1,200 employees to just 125. As a result, the SecureView team, spread throughout central New York, has mobilized in partnership with the Air Force and Space Force ABMS Team to deploy these deviceONE “jump kits” to the DOD and the Intelligence Community.
Program officers are also delivering high-performance modular laptop platforms to ensure users have the necessary power and required features. This computing equipment pairs with an approved retransmission device to facilitate remote connectivity. Users experience seamless continuance of operation through access to military networks of varying classifications regardless of their location.
“Amid this global crisis, the SecureView program office and its strategic partners are providing highly sought-after capabilities and critical system access to the DOD and intelligence communities,” said Dr. Bryant Wysocki, senior tech advisor for AFRL’s Information Directorate. “Their efforts have been critical to ensuring optimal mission readiness for U.S. forces.”
“This changes everything!” said Preston Dunlap, chief architect of the Department of the Air Force. “I challenged the department to bring capability forward faster – both for the warfighter at the edge and now for the enterprise at home in response to COVID-19. The AFRL Rome team answered the call, without hesitation, and has done heroic work for the Air and Space Force. They are working 24/7 to deliver remote, secure computing capability faster than ever before.”