Data Diode: Commercializing data protection

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has announced that Lock Data Solutions, a New York City-based technology and cybersecurity firm, has licensed Data Diode — a lab-developed technology that’s designed to help protect a company’s sensitive data from internal and external threats.

According to information provided by the lab, Data Diode uses “uses a defense-in-depth computer network strategy to create an environment in which an organization’s approved users can work freely inside an enclave of protected data but restricts file transfers outside the network.” It was developed by Lawrence MacIntyre and Nate Paul of the ORNL staff.

For more information, check out the lab’s website.

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