About the Partner
Arbit Security specializes in unidirectional gateways (also known as data diodes) for high security and classified networks used in for instance critical infrastructure facilities and military organizations. Arbit’s data diode enables secure one-way transmission of data between lower security networks and higher security networks, allowing data into the secure network, but preventing any data from leaving it.
OPSWAT & Arbit have partnered to offer the most robust secure data flow solution for high-security networks, including Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks and Government and Military classified networks.
OPSWAT and Arbit’s combined solution enables secure and threat-free one-way data flow between low security and high-security networks, allowing users and Administrators to complete their daily tasks efficiently, while maintaining the highest security standards and preventing any data leaving the secure network.
The OPSWAT & Arbit joint solution can be used in the following ways:
- Moving files to a secure network:
The combination of OPSWAT’s Metadefender portable media scanning kiosk and Arbit’s data diode enables users to safely and efficiently transfer files from portable media into the secure network ensuring the files are threat-free while preventing any data leaving the secure network.
- Delivering updates to a Metadefender Kiosk
Arbit’s data diode enables OPSWAT’s Metadefender Kiosk instances to be updated securely, without allowing any data to leave the kiosk.
- Scan diode traffic with Metadefender Core
Using OPSWAT’s Metadefender Core with Arbit’s data diode ensures that data entering secure networks is threat-free and no data is allowed to leave the secure network.
The combination of Arbit’s highly reliable unidirectional data diode along with OPSWAT’s market leading multi anti-malware scanning, data sanitization, and secure file transfer technology, provides for the highest assurance of secure and threat-free one-way communication between low security and high security networks.