Use Case

Safe browsing from segregated networks

By January 13, 2021April 26th, 2021No Comments

SAFE BROWSING FROM SEGREGATED NETWORKS

Segregated networks are often disconnected, or ‘air gapped’, from other networks, which means users of these networks can’t access the internet from their main PC and often have to use multiple devices. There’s an increasing requirement, however, to improve efficiency, optimise office spaces and reduce IT costs and energy consumption by consolidating equipment use.

By combining an inbound and outbound traffic diode with dedicated software on servers either side of the diode pair, users can safely browse the internet from their regular PCs and browsers – even from PCs on segregated networks.

A remote desktop running on a server outside the segregated network generates a stream of images of the interactions with the websites visited. The data diode hardware verifies the data structure of all images (15-20 per second) and, if safe, sends them to the user’s PC on the segregated network.

EXAMPLE WORKFLOW

Below is an example of a typical workflow setup using the Trust Gateway:

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