Xona Critical System Gateway
Xona provides simple and secure access to critical assets
Xona Critical System Gateway (CSG) is a browser-based, hardened platform that uses protocol isolation and encrypted display to securely deliver access to any industrial system or application.
Xona reduces the attack surface and risk of data loss and prevents unwanted intrusions by securely streaming applications into a standard web browser. Xona architecture is built from the ground up with hardened components.
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Xona is the World’s First Zero-Trust OT User Access Platform
Xona meets stringent compliance standards including NERC CIP, ISA 99/62443, HIPAA and NIST 800-53 in regulated industries including energy, finance, healthcare and government.
Xona seamlessly enables browser-based multi-factor authentication (MFA) with Yubikey hardware tokens or can integrate with your existing legacy MFA methods such as RSA SecureID.
10-Minute End-User Install
The Xona OT User Access Platform can be installed with self-provision enrollment of Yubikey MFA and critical system connection provisioning in minutes.
Clientless and Browser Based
Xona provides employees, vendors and other contractors secure, clientless, browser-based access. Xona does not require any agents or clients on your desktop, laptop or mobile device to deploy and maintain, and it addresses a broad range of use cases based on role or device.
Xona is cost effective thanks to our simple, flexible deployment and architecture. Xona elegantly combines browser-based MFA, protocol isolation, granular system authorization, user access logging and screen recording into a simple gateway platform.
Moderated Secure File Transfer
Xona provides granular unidirectional or bidirectional moderated file transfer based on contextual authorized access to micro-segmented connected systems or applications. Xona ensures that each file transfer for each authorized connection to a critical application is approved by an administrator or supervisor before the file can be transferred. In addition, Xona uses a SHA-256 hash to ensure the integrity of the file before it can be approved for transfer.