Use Case

Anti-virus scanning when importing files to isolated networks

By January 13, 2021April 26th, 2021No Comments
Import of documents via the Oakdoor™ Basic File Diode

SECURE AND AUTOMATIC ANTI-VIRUS SCANNING WHEN IMPORTING FILES TO ISOLATED NETWORKS

When importing files to an isolated network, it’s vital to handle any unverified data as malware until it has been proven to be safe.

The Oakdoor™ Import Diode can inspect the syntax of structured data, allowing its import only after verifying it doesn’t contain potential harmful elements. Any unstructured, unsafe data is wrapped securely and exported for separate handling. First, the suspicious files are unwrapped and then scanned. If the diode doesn’t find malware, it sends a report through an Oakdoor™ Import Diode to the temporary file storage server on the isolated network. The file is then unwrapped and released to its destination inside the isolated network.

By isolating the file inspection system using an Oakdoor™ Basic File diode, any malware that is found can’t ’backfire’ through the isolated network, and it is kept in the isolated, secure area for anti-virus scan.

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RELATED PRODUCTS

Oakdoor™ products will ensure your files, data and networks remain secure from cyber threats.

OAKDOOR™

BASIC FILE DIODE

One way layer-2.
Ethernet bridge

OAKDOOR™

IMPORT DIODE

One-way data flow
with syntax verification

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