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Unidirectional Security Gateway
Unidirectional Security Gateway
Waterfall Unidirectional Security Gateways replace firewalls in industrial network environments, providing absolute protection to control systems and operations networks from attacks originating on external networks. Unidirectional Gateway solutions come in pairs: the TX appliance contains a laser, and the RX appliance contains an optical receiver. The Gateway pair can transmit information out of an operations network, but is incapable of propagating any virus, DOS attack, human error or any information at all back into the protected network.
Unidirectional Security Gateway DIN Rail
Unidirectional Security Gateway DIN Rail
In the face of increased and complex cyberattacks, more and more industrial and critical infrastructure sites are turning to unidirectional gateway technology to prevent remote cyberattacks from entering their control systems. However, many physical environments require a smaller form factor than the rack-mounted Unidirectional Security Gateway. To meet this need, we developed the compact Unidirectional Security Gateway DIN Rail.
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Video Processor
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Waterfall Blackbox
Waterfall Blackbox
Upon discovery of a cyberattack, forensic experts look inside the compromised network’s various logs to locate and analyze tracks left by the attacker. Logs are the baseline information required for quality incident response and forensics. They consist of tracks and hints of the attack and the attacker. However, once inside your network, after attackers got into a position of control, they know how to remove or alter incriminating information in all log repositories. Covering up the tracks is “basic hygiene” of a cyber-attack. This is true for local, centralized or cloud-based log repository systems.To keep log repositories more secure than the attacked network, Waterfall developed the BlackBox to maintain the integrity of log repositories. It was developed with response teams, forensics and other audit professionals in mind, to maintain trust in logged information. Patented and based on Waterfall’s innovative and patented unidirectional security technology, the Waterfall BlackBox secures logs “behind” a unidirectional gateway, ensuring that logs are physically kept trustworthy and out-of-reach of cyber attackers. With the BlackBox, there is a physical barrier between the network and the logged data so that the data sent to the BlackBox is stored physically “outside” the network, inaccessible and untouchable to anyone looking to cover their tracks.
802.11 Wireless LAN
802.11 Wireless LAN
Module 802.11b/g 2.5GHz 48-Pin QFN EP Tray
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