Cross Domain Solutions
Listed on NATO IAPC
Speed – 1 GbE
Fiber Optic Connection
Arbit offers a complete range of certified Cross Domain Solutions which lets you run
high security air-gapped networks efficiently within your corporation.
Using data diode technology the Arbit Data Diode and the Arbit TRUST Gateway
solves the challenges of running disconnected / air-gapped networks.
Are you our new colleague?
11. November 2019
With our growing success, Arbit Cyber Defence Systems is looking for a Java Developer and a Project Manager to work in our office in Hvidovre. You will work with a small highly skilled team on developing and delivering unique leading-edge solutions to our customers.Read more
Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2019
12. September 2019
Danish Ambassador to the UK Lars Thuesen and Brigadier General Peter Alexa, DALO, visited the Danish pavilion at DSEI and were briefed by Arbit Cyber Defence Systems’s CEO, Rasmus Borch.Read more
What our clients are saying …
Often we deploy our solutions to organizations like governments, military – and intelligence services and for obvious reasons they do not like to be quoted or referenced. Our recent major customer in Norway didn’t mind:
”KONGSBERG DEFENCE & AEROSPACE has implemented the Cross Domain Solutions developed by Arbit, which has improved our network security without impairing work process efficiency. Both the Arbit Data Diode and the Arbit TRUST Gateway meets all of KONGSBERGs strict requirements for speed, security, stability and manageability.”
– CIO, Jan Helge Strøm, KONGSBERG
The Arbit Data Diode is listed in the NATO Information Assurance Product Catalogue (NIAPC)
The NATO Information Assurance Product Catalogue (NIAPC) provides NATO nations, and NATO civil and military bodies with a catalogue of Information Assurance (IA) products, Protection Profiles and Packages that are in use or available for procurement to meet operational requirements.
Simple file transfer
The most used function among our customers is file transfer between separated networks. Therefore, this function is offered by most vendors, but we take it a little further.
Running Linux in an isolated network increases the security of the system, but makes it difficult to update the system and install new software required by the organization.
Working in classified areas and maybe on a separated network has many security advantages but in most cases, it means adding work to the end user. We do not fight the security issue at all, but we might help you saving time.
Arbit will be attending these events in 2019. Perhaps we will see you there?
Finland to hold U.S.-led guidance technology maneuver Bold Quest in 2019.
FMI Industry Day
22 August 2019
On August 22, 2019, Arbit participated in the FMI Industry Day 2019 organized by the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization
It is a large “open house” event where staff from FMI and the Armed Forces have the opportunity to meet with over 180 companies from the industry.
Homeland Security Conference
28-29 August 2019
On August 28 and 29, the 6th Homeland Security Conference was held in Frederica organized by CenSec – Center for Defence, Space & Security.
Representatives from Arbit were selected to speak at the conference.
10-13 September 2019
As part of a delegation from Danish Industry. The world leading event that connects governments, national armed forces, industry thought leaders and the global defence & security supply chain on an unrivalled scale.
Let’s Get In Touch!
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