Tag Archives: Unidirectional Network

Li-Fi Security

10 Jan

Li-Fi has been widely talked about, largely due to its capability to deliver a high data rate wireless connectivity.

Li-FI has some very interesting security characteristics too.

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Air Gaps, Firewalls and Data Diodes in Industrial Control Systems

26 Mar

Nexor have just released a briefing paper Air-Gaps, Firewalls and Data Diodes in Industrial Control Systems looking the issues around segregating industrial control system networks. What works best: Air Gaps, Firewalls or Data Diodes?

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Can you trust a $1612 Data Diode?

12 Mar

The Data Diode technical model to achieve a one way network connection is relatively simple. However when you start to consider trust and assurance, it gets more complex.

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DIY Data Diode for $1612

7 Feb

Is it viable to build a Data Diode for $1612?

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Data Diode Technology Can Help Solve Complex Cyber Security Issues

29 Jan

Due to recent security incidents, there is now a significant debate with regard to what is the best way to protect Industrial Control Systems (ICS).

Generally, the debate focuses on whether networks should be isolated via an Air-Gap, or joined by well-configured Firewall(s) but the debate often misses a third option – Data Diodes.

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