In their efforts to improve their NERC CIP security posture, an energy provider needed to securely transfer files (SFTP) and OSIsoft PI System data, one-way, from eight production high availability clusters to two geographically-separated data centers. In addition, they needed to secure several bidirectional database and HTTPS communications that could not be converted to one way. Their previous approach, firewalls, did not provide hardware-enforced separation, exposing the network to unwanted threats. Threats inside the data were also a major concern.
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