Offline File Transfer
A Secure Passage for Essential Data

Enable file transfers to offline devices without exposing endpoints or networks to unauthorized users or the Internet.

Remote Access as it should be

Master offline data exchanges

Many crucial devices are deliberately disconnected from the Internet for protective measures against cyber-attacks. Coupled with restrictions on VPN usage to avoid the risk of lateral movement within closed networks, this can complicate routine tasks like software updates, log file extraction, and data gathering for business intelligence.

Bifrost Offline File Transfer is here to simplify that landscape. Dive in and discover how you can maintain top-tier security while enhancing efficiency and data-driven insights.

Remote File Transfer as it should be

Update Offline Endpoints
Update Offline Endpoints
Push updates to critical infrastructure without VPN or network connection
Minimize Attack Surfaces
Minimize Attack Surfaces
Ensure IPs are not exposed to unauthorized users and the internet
Extract Offline Data
Extract Offline Data
Receive exclusive data and logs in compliance with security policies
Support USB Devices
Support USB Devices
Enable Offline file transfers via USB, with or without KVM Remote Access capabilities

No Exposure. Pure Transfer.

With Bifrost Offline File Transfer, you can move critical files between endpoints without exposing them to unauthorized users or internet risks. Our unique approach ensures all data is transitory and is never stored on servers, while your endpoints are physically safeguarded from IP communication during the transfer process. This eliminates the threat of lateral movement on closed networks.

Control with SFTP

Leverage your preferred SFTP client to manage and secure files during your transfer sessions. Safeguard sensitive information with password protection, ensuring data accessibility solely to authorized users post successful transfers.

Automate with Scripts

Take control over the transfer of data between your endpoints with ease. By deploying scripts that integrate with your Bifrost Units, you can enforce and predefine what data is available for file transfer and push transfers, all within your desired frequency.

Keep it simple. Keep it safe.

Implement swiftly and effortlessly without requiring extensive setup or complex configurations,
leveraging the tools you already know and trust.


On-site Staff
Prepare the endpoint for Offline File Transfer by connecting the Bifrost Unit to the device via KVM cables.
The endpoint recognizes the Bifrost Unit as a keyboard, external screen, and mouse.

MFA Interface

Admin or Privileged User
Authenticate via Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
The Authenticator service validates the User's right to enter the Interface or Manager.

The Authenticator service validates the Users’ right to access and configure the specific Bifrost Unit.

File Transfer Interface

Admin or Privileged User
Facilitate file transfer by mounting the Bifrost USB storage and activating the remote file transfer feature with SFTP password protection.

Option: In a pull scenario, the Privileged User moves files from the endpoint to the Bifrost Unit.
Authorized Users can easily transfer files using an SFTP client.
Privileged User or Remote Operator.
Utilize an SFTP client for transferring files to and from the Bifrost Unit linked with the endpoint.
Users with valid credentials and access to the Bifrost Unit connected to the endpoint can push and pull files.

Privileged users can further leverage KVM Access to transfer these files between the Unit and the endpoint.

Session Terminated

On-site Staff or Privileged User
Terminate the session upon completion.
Optional: Disconnect the Bifrost Unit
If the Operator wishes to reconnect, a new session with valid authentication is required.

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Offline Scenarios

Keep endpoints offline while:

Updating Systems
Downloading log files
Extracting Business Intelligence Data

How it works

When implementing Offline File Transfer, Bifrost Units are placed in:

Site A: Place the Bifrost Unit to establish SFTP communication with the Bifrost Unit connected to the endpoint at Site B.
Site B: Set up the Bifrost Unit you wish to use as a local storage intermediary for transferring files to and from the endpoint.
A Bifrost Unit has 6GB internal storage available.

Once initiated, endpoints linked to the Bifrost Unit at Site A will form a closed network with the Bifrost Unit at Site B. Users with access to the device at Site A can then use an SFTP client to transfer files to and from the Bifrost Unit at Site B, given they possess valid session credentials. Privileged users can also utilize KVM Access to transfer these files between the Unit and the endpoint. For enhanced security, devices at both sites can remain offline.

A Unified Remote Access Platform

Together as a suite, the BifrostConnect Solution gives you unmatched flexibility in tailoring your Zero Trust Access and scaling up your existing setup.



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