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Automotive Protocols Added to new embedded software!

Secure Crossing has now added automotive protocols and has a version that can load on ECU in car!

New Release of the Secure Crossing ZenCloud product

Secure Crossing has release it’s ZenCloud OT offering!

SCADA Protocol Deep Packet Inspection

The lack of granularity of SCADA/ICS protocols, making Deep Packet Inspection a mandatory requirement. DPI improves the security and reliability of industrial systems The urgent need for DPI that are attacking industrial control systems nowadays Secure Crossing’s DPI technology for securing the Modbus, DNP3, ICCP, C37.118, Ethernet/CIP and BACNet protocols. Our Whitelisting and combined Inline Read the Rest…

Software Version

Secure Crossing has release a software licensed version that is 64 bit and SMP enabled for multiple processors. The new software version will run on 64 bit multi-processor versions of AMD and Intel chipsets and is highly scalable.

Firmware Upgrade

Secure Crossing is pleased to announce a firmware upgrade to version 2.3.2 which include many upgrades, new inprovements and security fixes.

Secure Crossing finishes conformity test for BACnet.

One of the most overlook industrial security risk is HVAC systems (Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning.) Everything from data centers, substations and commercial offices are controlled by BACnet, Modbus, DNP3 and several other protocols.  At Secure Crossing our inline protocol filtering appliances can stop these attacks by disallowing any bad communications on your endpoints. Traditional Read the Rest…

New Firmware Update Released

Firmware version 2.2.3 update released. This update includes security updates and new features.

Secure Crossing R&D Inc. Valued at $125 Million based on Forbes

Secure Crossing’s Patents and Source Code Copyrights on Inline Protocol Filtering and Global Customer Base Drive Valuation. Forrester

July 2015 Firmware Update to Version 2.2.2

July 2013 Secure Crossing adds new protocols to the filtering engine: IEEE C37.118 and BACnet