"As documented by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), hundreds of incursions into industrial control systems are reported each year," noted Dr. Ronald Mraz, President & CEO of Owl. "To help protect these systems, the DHS has provided guidance for protecting industrial controls systems which includes the use of data diodes. Owl has been securing critical infrastructure networks for over nine years and we appreciate the opportunity to share those experiences with operators trying to protect their networks."
To learn more about the guidance provided by the DHS see DHS Seven Steps (http://owlcti.com/whitepapers/16-4_1-WP.pdf) and to learn how Owl has already put these recommendations to use and deployed them, download the whitepaper OPDS Supports DHS Seven Strategies (http://owlcti.com/whitepapers/16-4_1-WP.pdf ).
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About Owl Computing Technologies, Inc.
For over 17 years Owl Computing Technologies has been implementing next generation cybersecurity solutions for critical networks. Owl's DualDiode Technology®, a proprietary data diode, boasts 30 technology patents and has over 2,000 successful deployments globally across intelligence, government, military, utility, energy, and other critical infrastructure networks. Owl's hardware-enforced technology ensures secure networks and enables the reliable and robust transfer of all data types and file sizes.
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