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Tempered Airwall


What is Tempered Airwall?

Tempered Networks is network security technology from the company of the same name in Seattle, Washington.

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What is Tempered Airwall?

Tempered Networks is network security technology from the company of the same name in Seattle, Washington.

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What is Tempered Airwall?

Airwall, from Tempered, is presented as the modern air gap for all connected things. Airwall makes it easier to create and maintain hyper-secure networks across complex infrastructure anywhere, including IT/OT/ICS/SCADA, remote and in the cloud. Airwall networks are multi-factor authenticated, micro-segmented, encrypted end-to-end, and impervious to lateral movement. Airwall deploys quickly on existing networks and can ultimately replace a myriad of tedious, error-prone layered network security solutions such as firewalls, VLAN/VRF’s, VPN’s, and access control products. Airwall is available as software for all major operating systems, clouds, mobile devices, and even comes in a variety of hardware gateway form factors.

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Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac, Windows Server
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android
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Securing IoT, across 50+ locations, particularly environmental, building controls & cameras.
  • Low capital and support cost structures.
  • Ease of deployment.
  • Ability to work over the existing network.
  • Integration with third-party security controls.
  • Automating the on-boarding of devices.
  • Reporting needs to be more detailed.
It's very well suited for geographically dispersed organizations, where deploying and managing remote firewalls and other network security functions aren't practical. Once deployed, and the deployment isn't difficult after planning and understanding the data flows of the IoT devices, the system is easily managed and flexible. You're able to allow front line operations people to add devices into a role without sacrificing the integrity of the security model.
  • Capital cost to deploy was 1/4 the cost of doing Cisco.
  • People and time frame to do the entire deployment was 1/12th the time/people to complete the installation.
  • On-going management is being done without adding staff.
  • Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE)
The cost and complexity vs. ISE is as different as Uber and Lift are from trying to take a taxi in Duluth, Minnesota. The complexity of Cisco's IoT security is a joke. It was going to take us over a year just to deploy all the Cisco equipment, and that was if we could have gotten it all working together. We got the entire project deployed in just under 3 months, and that includes working out all the bugs and logistics. Honestly, I don't think all the Cisco parts would have ever been running like Cisco promised it would. It's just way too complicated.
It's pretty darned good for a new company. We had to hash through a couple of instances that no one had ever run into, but once we got to the right person on the engineering team, they were able to work through the solution pretty quickly. The nice thing is, unlike Cisco, once you fix something, you don't find three new things that have to be changed.
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