infodas, leading provider of Cross Domain Solutions (CDS), announces that its SDoT Security Gateway has officially received the (National IT Evaluation Scheme) NITES certification from the prestigious Cyber Security Agency of Singapore. This top-tier certification once again ensures that the SDoT Security Gateway can be deployed in highly sensitive environments in accordance with national and international standards, with one of the most demanding security evaluations conducted by independent testing laboratories.
The SDoT Security Gateway is engineered and produced in Germany in accordance with security design principles by security vetted staff. It meets the most stringent specifications from the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), EU and NATO. The Security Gateway has been in use for over 10 years in the toughest and most sensitive environments worldwide, providing secure information exchange between networks with different protection needs. With the SDoT Security Gateway, INFODAS GmbH provides a flexible solution for data exchange between differently classified network domains and has had the general approval of the BSI up to VS-GEHEIM for many years. The SDoT Security Gateway is listed in the NATO Information Assurance Product Catalogue and, as a Cross Domain Solution, provides solutions for a wide range of network segmentation challenges for public authorities, the military and critical infrastructure companies.
“infodas has many years of experience in the field of information security and digitization of highly sensitive data. The SDoT Security Gateway was independently tested and awarded NITES certification. The accreditation process was possible due to an intensive collaboration between our certification and project teams at the Cyber Security Agency (CSA) from Singapore. This has once again demonstrated our commitment to maintaining the highest security standards and we are delighted that this high-level certification ensures infodas’ high standards for product quality and security as well as meeting the requirements of Asian partners and customers,” Marc Akkermann, Director Sales at infodas. ” As a result, our customers have a high-performing and secure product at their disposal. In doing so, we want to be a constant and reliable factor in information security for our customers. This was just the first step. The next milestone will be the addition of the Singapore Common Criteria Scheme (SCCS) certification to the Common Criteria EAL4+ certification already achieved and listed with the CCRA and the European SOG-IS agreement. Together with our partners, we want to make the digital world a little more secure.”