Owl Computing Technologies® Inc. Announces Dramatic Growth of its Cybersecurity Business in the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Market

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Emphasis on increased cybersecurity in the power-generation industry, and Owl Computing historical and patented expertise in secure, one-way information transfer, has lead to dramatic sales growth for Owl, along with its continued success in marketing its cybersecurity solutions to the military and civilian government agencies.

In the almost two decades since he began his work, Curt Nilsen's efforts have laid the foundation for one way data transmission; Owl has been licensed under his patent for more than eight years. We believe that deriving new products from the Nilsen work enables Owl to stake out a leading position in the field of SCADA applications for the utility and other sensor monitoring fields.

Owl Computing Technologies, Inc., the market leader in cross-domain solutions providing secure, reliable and robust one way information sharing for all data types, announced today that -- in response to increased client emphasis on cybersecurity, and the need to protect critical cyber assets -- it is expanding its business in the energy and utility segments based on further development of the technology it has exclusively licensed from Sandia Corporation under U.S. Patent No. 5,703,562.

The Sandia patent, issued in 1997, reflects the pioneering work of Curt Nilsen, relating to methods and systems for transferring data through a unidirectional link which does not allow data transmission in a reverse direction. Mr. Nilsen has applied the concept of unidirectional transfer to remote monitoring implementations, such as nuclear material monitoring systems, using a one way link to transfer sensor data from a source computer to a target computer. Building upon Nilsen's work, Owl Computing has developed its own portfolio of advanced applications in the field of SCADA/sensor data sharing for the energy and utilities industry. Owl applications interface with selected SCADA/sensor devices or intermediate Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) to collect the desired sensor data and transfer it in near real time using Owl proprietary one-way DualDiode® technology.

Dr. Ron Mraz, President and Chief Technical Officer of Owl Computing, said: "In the almost two decades since he began his work, Curt Nilsen's efforts have laid the foundation for one way data transmission; Owl has been licensed under his patent for more than eight years. We believe that deriving new products from the Nilsen work enables Owl to stake out a leading position in the field of SCADA applications for the utility and other sensor monitoring fields."

About Owl Computing Technologies, Inc.
Owl Computing Technologies, Inc. is a privately owned and funded US company. Owl delivers NIAP Common Criteria EAL-4 certified one-way cross-domain systems & electronic perimeter defense, solutions to transport and protect the nation's most sensitive data between discrete domains of varying security levels and policies. Information sharing Secured by Owl® is enforced with Owl Computing proprietary DualDiode® technology. DualDiode one-way transfer systems, in guarding against data leakage, meet the highest levels of information protection within the US Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, & the power generation industry, delivering secure, reliable, and FAST information transfer of any file size or data type. Owl Computing products are approved solutions for Enterprise Services cross-domain solutions & for protecting critical cyber assets, enabling mission-critical, and time-critical information transfer.
Owl has an exclusive licensing agreement with Sandia National Laboratories providing the company with the worldwide rights to develop its current products, derived from Sandia's patented data diode technology. Sandia National Laboratories is a U.S. National Laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation for the U.S. Department of Energy.

For further info, contact:     Rich Stankevich | +1.203.894.9342
http://www.owlcti.com

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