Israel's Waterfall says the Homeland Security Department selected its Unidirectional Security Gateway technologies to support a cybersecurity test-bed as part of the agency's Control Systems Security Program at the Idaho National Labs.
Officials say Waterfall's technology will go to support the Idaho National Labs' efforts under the CSSP to help protect critical infrastructure in the United States from cyberterrorism among other applications.
"Waterfall bestows its unparalleled security to many of the applications and systems used today by the nation's critical infrastructure," Lior Frenkel, Waterfall Security Solutions chief executive officer, said in a statement.
"Our continuous research-and-development efforts ensure that future industrial and control systems and applications introduced to the market by the various vendors will be supported by Waterfall as well, and this will be available for the Homeland Security Department's test-bed continuous activities."
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