Owl DualDiode 2500 achieves EAL 4 Certification

Owl Computing Technology announced today that its newest high-speed DualDiode controlled interface, Owl 2500, received Common Criteria Certification Evaluation Assurance Level 4.

Common Criteria is an internationally standardized framework for matching end-user security requirements with vendor product specifications. For the United States, National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Policy No. 11 mandates that agencies use Common Criteria-evaluated equipment and software for networks carrying sensitive information.

The Owl 2500 interface allows the exchange of data across domains with different security classifications and can be combined with application-specific Owl software to support the sharing of multiple types of high-speed data.

The interface has a link speed of 2.488 Gbps and a data throughput capability of more than 240 Mbps, Owl said. It is the controlled interface for many of the vendor's newest cross-domain transfer systems, including the High-Capacity File Transfer System and High-Capacity Network Transfer System.

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