Cross Domain Solutions Plug-in

The internet is the classic example of how information crosses multiple domains into and out of private networks. However, trust boundaries are practically everywhere. When a file crosses a boundary, you need to know a threat doesn’t have room to hide.

The Glasswall Cross Domain Solutions Plug-in provides a vital air-gap for files moving between trust boundaries, whether they’re inside your organization or across a public network.

Trust every file

Glasswall CDR platform is context agnostic about how the Cross Domain air-gap is established

Multiple connectors available to define how the Cross Domain Plug-in communicates with storage repositories before passing the file to the Glasswall CDR platform for threat removal

Synchronization and sanitization of files across different storage types and protocols is straightforward to achieve

Key features

Connector support for multiple storage types and communication protocols, including:

  • Amazon S3
  • Box
  • Dropbox
  • FTP
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • Google Drive
  • HTTP
  • Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
  • Microsoft OneDrive
  • Minio
  • OpenDrive
  • Oracle Cloud Storage
  • put.io
  • Rackspace Cloud Files 
  • SFTP
  • WebDav

Use cases

Centralized file processing services

Bulk file imports

Platform migration to cloud

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Zero-Trust scenarios that require eradication of threats

Documents and records migration

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Internal bulk file scanning

 

Disaster recovery and business resumption

Forensic analysis of malware propogation

High-probability zero-day target

Third party network connections

End of life environments interacting with file ingress from other networks

How it works

The Glasswall Cross Domain Solutions Plug-in mediates the flow of files from a source location (e.g. Dropbox) onto the Glasswall CDR Platform which instantly cleans and rebuilds files to match their known good manufacturer’s specification – then places the safe file to a destination location which is typically in a higher trust zone.

CDR implementations can be chained together, as they span different domains to ensure that the process is double-blind. Files are processed in dedicated Kubernetes Pods and Containers which are destroyed once a sanitized file is emitted, ensuring the integrity of the environment.

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