The vast majority of companies on earth keep regular working hours. Cyber security is confusing and difficult for many of them, but by virtue of their operating hours they can mitigate or eliminate a great deal of cyber threat by completely isolating their operations in non-working hours. Goldilock allows small and medium enterprises to sever their internal business networks from the internet after closing hours, while allowing management on-demand access for comptrolling, auditing and work-from-home activities when necessary.
In today's technologically advanced landscape, businesses and organizations are increasingly adopting Lights Out Solutions to optimize operations and bolster security. This innovative approach leverages automation and advanced technologies to streamline processes, minimize human intervention, and ensure continuous operation in a secure environment.
Lights Out Solutions provide a multitude of benefits, including increased efficiency, enhanced security, cost reduction, improved reliability, and scalability. By leveraging automation and advanced technologies, organizations can streamline operations, optimize resource utilization, and ensure continuous operation in a secure environment. Embracing a Lights Out Solution empowers businesses to achieve higher productivity, reduce costs, and navigate the ever-evolving landscape with confidence.
Goldilock Drawbridge is a physical cybersecurity solution that saves manpower, time, money, and nerves. It allows users to issue an authenticated remote non-IP command to instantly physically isolate and ring-fence control systems within seconds, from, and to, anywhere on earth. The asset is then completely safe and un-hackable because it is physically disconnected from the network.
Our “Non-IP” – or non-internet enabled command, is significant, because the method of control is completely taken away from the potential attack vector – the internet itself.
Furthermore, Goldilock Drawbridge is triggered by port, so disconnection and isolation can be very granular – right down to the network segment or endpoint.
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