Data security is an important if not always achievable goal for military electronics systems. Those systems are acquiring large amounts of data from multiple sensors simultaneously, at rates sometimes exceeding 30 GB/s. With flash memory as the only practical permanent storage media, solid state drives (SSDs) are now a common system-level component in military systems. System-level designers may specify low-cost, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) SSDs to store data in military systems, but are
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