Cross Domain Solutions

Industry-leading file protection and transformation

Glasswall CDR technology enhances Cross Domain Solutions with file transformation and protection capabilities - replacing the existing reliance on detection with a zero-trust approach. We assist government departments in complying with industry best practice initiatives, such as the NCSC’s Pattern for Safely Importing Data, the NSA’s Raise the Bar and the NIST Risk Management Framework.

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Cross domain solutions

Trusted by the world’s most secure agencies

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Rebuilding files

Clean files to remove threats before transfer

Our advanced zero-trust Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) solution rebuilds files and documents into a safe, clean and visually identical ‘known good’ standard that are free from the risks of malware.

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Transform complex file types to simple ones

Enable hardware and software verification of complex data types by unraveling a file’s complex internal structure into a simplified SISL or XML file.

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Upgrade your CDS with our flexible CDR Engine

The Glasswall Embedded Engine (SDK) can be integrated to work seamlessly with your CDS deployments, data diodes and secure data transfers.

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Case study
How Glasswall secures file imports for a UK Government agency

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  • Automatically remove zero-day malware from files
  • View detailed reports for inspected files
  • Define security polices to manage high-risk content

Introducing the Glasswall Partner Network

Working with our extensive partner network, we provide zero-trust file protection to the world's most secure agencies.

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