Multi-Level Security Information Systems, better known as MLS systems, have proven merit in the DoD arena in terms of providing a security net and thwarting threats to data and infrastructure within a unified system. Certainly this type of implementation would make sense commercially, but in the fast moving, ever-changing enterprise space, CTOs have historically been hesitant to adopt some of the advancements in these trusted operating systems on top of optimized hardware.

That doesn’t stop my ever curious industry colleagues from asking me for advice about the exact level of complexity involved with MLS, and whether or not the potential ROI and added security enhancements are real.

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