Cynash’s SerialTap™ Cybersecurity Sensor Now Commercially Available

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Cynash Inc., a leading developer of cybersecurity solutions for critical energy, water, transportation and industrial control systems, announces the commercial availability of its SerialTap™ patented cybersecurity sensor. Units are now ready to ship.

Cynash Inc., announces the commercial availability of its SerialTap™ patented cybersecurity sensor. Units are now ready to ship.

“We’re excited to offer an Enterprise version of SerialTap to security professionals charged with protecting our critical infrastructure,” says Cynash CEO Richard Robinson.

Cynash Inc., a leading developer of cybersecurity solutions for critical energy, water, transportation and industrial control systems, announces the commercial availability of its SerialTap™ patented cybersecurity sensor. Units are now ready to ship.

“We’re excited to offer an Enterprise version of SerialTap to security professionals charged with protecting our critical infrastructure,” says Cynash CEO Richard Robinson. “The commercial adoption of this critical technology will help us further address and solve the complex cybersecurity challenges that affect legacy control systems.”

Based on technology developed by the United States Department of Energy, SerialTap passively intercepts serial communications on legacy industrial control networks. It then transmits the intercepted data to a backend appliance and higher-level computing systems for critical systems monitoring, intrusion detection and asset management by Cynash’s suite of industrial cybersecurity tools.

For more information visit http://www.cynash.com

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ABOUT CYNASH
Cynash delivers nature-inspired cybersecurity technologies to protect critical energy, transportation, wastewater and industrial control infrastructure. Our patented cybersecurity technologies build upon decades of applied research in machine learning, data analytics, high-performance computing and scalable infrastructure protection.

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