Bayshore Networks offers a set of real-time protection solutions for IT, OT, and IoT networks and industrial control systems. Its technology augments both small local networks and very large highly-scaled environments, and provides automated learning and protection via content and packet inspection technologies. Bayshore's product portfolio focuses on different deployment scenarios, including endpoint protection; network edge control; and secure remote access solutions, all of which include continuous inspection and enforcement of policy based on network access control, anomaly detection, and behavior-based profiling.
OTfuse sits in front (inline) of critical endpoints, protecting PLCs and SCADA/DCS devices from unauthorized use, dangerous instructions and activities, and remote takeover from hostile sources.
OTfuse iFIX provides network-level additive protection for GE Digital’s iFIX SCADA application control system.
OTfuse Cimplicity provides network-level additive protection for GE Digital’s Cimplicity SCADA application control system.
OTaccess delivers industrial secure remote access for authorized users to reach plant assets from outside. unlike typical IT solutions as VPNs, access is controlled per protocol, per activity and per seat, by OT.
NetWall Unidirectional provides one-way data replication in the manner of a data diode, but using off the shelf hardware for reduced cost and improved deployment flexibility. NetWall Unidirectional supports tcp and udp sockets, file transfers, Modbus/TCP, OPC DA, OPC A&E, and OPC UA replication, all with a complete protocol break and total separation between source and destination networks.
NetWall Bilateral provides the same transport support as NetWall Unidirectional, but adds a specialized ability to trigger selective return-path networking rules in response to authorized replications initiated from the trusted domain. Unlike competing solutions, NetWall Bilateral does not require double the hardware units, nor does it introduce any kind of conventional networking to enable return path signaling.