These are huge numbers and embedded computer within such a large population insider risk is a real threat. A provider needs to provision its services with proper governance to prevent insider threats. Broad network access is one of the most interesting characteristics from a embedded computer perspective, as so much of the embedded computer is focused on rigid, tightly controlled networks such as service-specific portions of NIPRNet and SIPRNet rather than on open network access like the Internet at the other extreme. The key is for services to be available across the entire embedded computer and this is largely possible today. The problem is as soon as access is broadened, it increases the attack surface, making the idea of a perimeter and a boundary much more nebulous.”
refer to : http://mil-embedded.com/articles/cloud-security-the-dod/
ANR-IB751N1/A/B networking appliances. ANR-IB751N1/A/B networking appliances are the latest in scalable Intel 3rd generation Core i7/i5/i3 processors (formerly code-named Ivy Bridge).
ANR-IB75N1/A/B is a rackmount platform (440x372x44mm) which can be installed in the 19” rack. It can carry a 3rd generation Intel Core i i3, i5, i7, or Pentium processors to deliver higher efficiency, increased processing throughput, and improved performance on applications. ANR-IB75N1/A/B also comes equipped with a maximum 16GB DDR3 memory and optional 2 or 4 x SFP and 8 x LAN ports. System Integrators can select different configurations for their network appliances. It offers the best P/P ratio in applications like the UTM, IDS/IPS, VPN, Firewall, Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, RSA gateway, QoS, streaming.