cBNS

Cloud BitNetSentry (cBNS), Remote Station.

Basic configuration includes:

  • Up to 640 virtual channels
  • 1 years warranty at E.S. labs
  • 1 year support & SLA – NBD Israel
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Description

Cloud BitNetSentry (cBNS)

19” Rackmount cybersecurity appliance for

Clouds

Data centers

Disaster recovery sites

Additional information

Weight 10850 g
Dimensions 493 × 482.6 × 44.45 mm
Model Name 1

cBNS Base Station (CLD)

Part Number 1

ES3000-iBNS-CLD-01P-SNBDX-WX

Description 1

cBNS, for cloud and data centers

Model Name 2

cBNS Remote (DRC)

Part Number 2

ES3000-cBNS-DRC-01P-SNBDX-WX

Description 2

cBNS, Cloud BNS for disaster recovery connectivity

SW version

ES00X.2.1.2x

LAN

Up to: 8 x 1GbE RJ45, 4 x 10G SFP+

LAN (optional extraction)

One of the following options:
(1) up to 6 x 1 GbE RJ45 or 6 x SFP
(2) up to 2 x 10 GbE RJ45 or 6 x 10 GbE SFP+
(3) up to 4 x 2 5GbE, SFP28
(4) up to 4 x 40 GbE, QSFP+
(5) 2 x 100 GbE, LR4 or SR4.

Number of supported endpoints

Unlimited* / 1 for DRP
*subject to total available bandwidth

Max number of VC (Virtual Channels)

Up to: 320 in + 320 out, (total 640)

Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)

Encryption data traffic per selected channel/s according to AES 256 standard (optional)

Input Voltage

AC input PSU: 90 to 264 VAC
DC input PSU: -36 to -72 VDC (-48 VDC nominal)
Redundant PSU

Operating Temperature

0°C to 40°C

Relative Humidity

0 to 90% non-condensing

Reliability

MTBF: 144,429 hours

Warranty

1 years (optional 10 years in total)

Certifications (Safety)

UL/cUL/CB 60950-1 and 62368-1

Certifications (EMC)

FCC 47CFR part 15: 2018, subpart B, Class B
ICES-003: 2017 Issue 6, Class B
VCCI-CISPR 32: 2016, Class B
AS/NZS CISPR 32: 2015, Class B
EN 55032: 2012 + AC(13), Class B
EN 61000-3-2: 2014
EN 61000-3-3: 2013
EN 55024: 2010 + A1(15)

Lead Time (Max)

14 weeks

Status

New release, orders available

Major benefit

Secure communication between customer’s end to cloud service provider’s end, even in the case VPN’s password became available to the hacker.

Advantage over current practice

Migration of the “weakest” link in security chain which is the Human Element. Current practice is to use VPN which is insufficient because these tools become useless once the hacker gains access to the password or encryption keys.

cBNS Features for Cloud

  • 0-0-0: Zero visibility, Zero latency, Zero trust.
  • “Encryption without encryption”
  • Standard IPSEC protection.
  • Up to 640 Virtual Channels.
  • Bit-level data and headers Filtering.
  • Bit-level transparent watermarks.
  • Drop / Allow.
  • Alerts.
  • Suspicious traffic redirection.
  • Zero-day protection.

Major benefit

Where does Cybersecurity fit in your DR Plan? BNS protects the connectivity between your main site and your disaster recovery site / cloud recovery site.

Advantage over current practice

Disaster recovery and cybersecurity are wo of the most important objectives for any organization, however the connectivity between your sites is usually where hackers like to focus. Current practice is to use VPN which is insufficient because these tools become useless once the hacker gains access to the password or encryption keys. In addition, firewalls and data-leakage prevention tools, which are visible to the hacker in the network can be bypassed.

cBNS Features for Disaster Recovery Connectivity

  • 0-0-0: Zero visibility, Zero latency, Zero trust.
  • “Encryption without encryption”
  • Standard IPSEC protection.
  • 5 Virtual Channels.
  • Alerts.
  • Dynamic Bandwidth control.
  • Suspicious traffic redirection.
  • Migration, installation and managing hassle free.