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Air-Gapped Networks and Data Diodes

An air gap is the ultimate cybersecurity measure: a physical separation between a secure  network and any other computer or network. The purpose of an air gap is to eliminate any possibility that a threat actor can attack the protected system via an ...
June 7, 2021

Air-Gapped Networks and Data Diodes

An air gap is the ultimate cybersecurity measure: a physical separation between a secure  network and any other computer or network. The purpose of an air gap is to eliminate any possibi...
June 7, 2021
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Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level and Data Diodes

As the world’s #1 provider of data diode technology, we field a lot of questions about Common Criteria (CC) and its “Evaluation Assurance Levels” (EAL) of certification, from EAL1 t...
May 19, 2021

Cross Domain Security for Critical Infrastructure 

Cybersecurity has always been a key concern in the critical infrastructure sector. But in 2021, security is taking on even greater importance, due to the convergence of two factors: the g...
May 11, 2021

Cross Domain Solution FAQ

Cross domain solutions have protected the world's most sensitive networks and data for more than 20 years. Despite the technology's widespread use within governmental, military, and intel...
April 20, 2021

Cross Domain Solution Assessment & Authorization: Part 1 – What is A&A?

Cross domain solutions (CDS) are network security devices which are designed to control and filter content (data) transferred between the most sensitive and classified networks within the...
April 16, 2021
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