Firmware updated for router designed to enhance cyber security

Moxa's EDR-810 industrial 10-port secure router has received a firmware update designed to enhance cyber security for transparent firewall functionality and the providing of real-time event notification.

By Moxa March 10, 2015

Moxa’s EDR-810 industrial 10-port secure router has received a firmware update designed to enhance cyber security. The firmware provides support for transparent (bridge mode) firewall functionality and the providing of real-time event notification. To monitor industrial networks more efficiently, the firmware upgrade also includes comprehensive VPN/firewall/DoS (Denial of Service) event logs and SNMP traps for real-time event notification or historical analysis. This feature generates an audit trail of messages to help determine what types of traffic have been permitted or denied on the network, or which users have accessed various network resources. The EDR-810 is an integrated industrial multiport secure router with Firewall/NAT/VPN and managed Layer 2 switch functions. It is designed for Ethernet security applications in sensitive remote control or monitoring networks, and provides an electronic security perimeter for the protection of critical cyber assets like pumping/treatment systems in water stations, DCS in oil and gas applications, and PLC/SCADA systems in factory automation.

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