Ultra Electronics 3eTi


Proven solutions that meet requirements

With the Budget Control Act of 2011 and subsequent sequestration legislation, federal agencies are facing deep and long-term budget cuts. Funding will be reduced for operations, maintenance and analytical contracts supporting the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity Protection System (NCPS), likely to impact a nationwide ability to detect and analyze emerging cyber threats to protect critical networks. Nevertheless, agencies must still meet federal Information Assurance (IA) mandates for energy efficiency, industrial controls, metering, and critical infrastructure protection.

For the largest economic return, new cybersecurity measures must integrate easily into legacy systems for a comprehensive, robust solution. As agencies proceed with programs to leverage technology to create cost savings, it is critical that the minimum IA requirements for securing various types of data be met.  Failing this, an agency will fall out of federal compliance and introduce operational vulnerabilities that did not previously exist.

Federally assured to meet security mandates

As a trusted supplier to the DoD since 1995, 3eTI delivers highly secure network platforms that enable maximum operational productivity. 3eTI’s patented platforms are certified to meet military IA standards. Our solutions are certified by the National Institutes of Standards and Technologies (NIST) and the NSA’s National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP).

Our solution

As a proven industry leader in cyber-secure industrial controls, 3eTI pioneered patented platforms that are certified to meet a wide range of military standards and accreditations for federal applications. We are dedicated to continue developing accredited, innovative, highly secure platforms that integrate, communicate, and protect the integrity of critical data while enabling maximum operational productivity. Several years ago, 3eTI installed the existing accredited shore infrastructure network in the Naval District Washington (NDW) Region, which provides cyber secure monitoring and control of critical infrastructure.

How we do it

  • Shield critical infrastructure with DPI technology
  • Uses protocol-specific protection for DNP3, Modbus TCP, Ethernet/IP, OPC, and BACnet
  • First industrial device to be certified by the NIST and NIAP
  • Goes beyond firewall, perimeter and signature-based defense
  • Allows visibility and ability to alert in real-time
  • Cloaks industrial endpoint communications using stealth mode
  • Plug-and-play security