Waterfall Solutions Ltd., to Present at the Process Control Systems Forum 2008 Conference

Aug. 22, 2008

TEL AVIV, Israel , August 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Waterfall Solutions Ltd., the leading provider of secure unidirectional connectivity for SCADA systems, , IP based Surveillance Infrastructure and Segregated Networks announced today that Avner Turniansky , Waterfall Solutions' Director of Product Marketing, will present at the PCSF 2008 conference at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in LA Jolla, California , August 26th-28th .

In a presentation on Wednesday, August 27th , Mr. Turniansky will give a detailed presentation on the topic of "Unidiresctional Connectivity - A Novel Robust Method for Absolute Protection of Process Control Systems". Additionally, that same day, Mr. Turniansky will be available for separate one-on-one meetings with interested partners.

The PCSF conference is focused on end-user involvement in collaborating towards advances in control system cyber security policy, practices, standards, tools, resources and services. See additional info at: http://www.pcsforum.org

About Waterfall Solutions:

Waterfall Solutions Ltd. is the leading provider of secure unidirectional connectivity for Segregated Networks, IP Surveillance Infrastructure and SCADA Systems. Developed in 2004 to meet the needs of the Israeli Ministry of Defense, Waterfall has been deployed in many homeland security and critical national infrastructure organizations, as well as a large variety of financial & enterprise customers.

The Company is expanding globally through channels, OEM, and technology partnerships.

For more information, please visit our website http://www.waterfall-solutions.com

Media Contact: JSR International Marketing Josh Reinstein Tel: +972-50-752-5521 jreinstein@jsr.co.il Company Contact: Avner Turniansky Tel: +972-3-900-3717 avner@waterfall-solutions.com

SOURCE Waterfall Solutions Ltd

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