The Aviation Status application was designed around the various techniques to keep data secure
From day one, our developers poured over government and industry characteristics and security best practices. Common Access Card (CAC) enabled, the Aviation Status application stores no passwords, Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and all interactions are encrypted with the highest available encryption standard.
In June of 2020, the Army CIO provided ASD with the Information Technology Approval System (ITAS) approval based on their assessment. This allowed ASD to be purchased in accordance with FARS - PART 5139 (Acquisition of Information Technology).
The Aviation Status Dashboard was intentionally designed to remain inside the T32 network and not need Internet connectivity to function. The application needs to remain on the same LAN segment as the organizations ACN server(s). Server and software configurations conform in accordance with DoD Standard Installation Guides including:
Web Server SRG IIS 8.5 / IIS 10 (dtd: Apr 2020)
Microsoft SQL Server 2016/2019 Database STIG STIG (Ver 1, Release 7)
VMWare ESXi Hypervisor (6.7) - Ver 2, Rel 6
VMWare VSphere - Ver 2, Rel 6
Web Server Security Requirements Guide (SRG) - Ver 2, Rel 3 (dtd: Apr 2019)
DoD Cloud Computing Security Requirements Guide (SRG) Version 1 Release 2
Additional details on the security configuration and compliance with Army Regulation 380-5, please contact our Sales department.