Secure KVM Switches NIAP-Certified for Government Applications
The most vulnerable part of any network is the user access point. That's why federal, military, and intelligence agencies around the world have strict requirements regarding the security of KVMs to safeguard data from accidental transfer or unauthorized access. Tripp Lite's Secure KVMs meet the high standards for security set by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP), so data stays safe and in the right hands.
NIAP-certified to meet Common Criteria EAL2+ security requirements.
Superior security and data protection for commercial suppliers and end users in both government agencies and private sector organizations that require highly secure networks.
Safely switch between computers with varying classification levels.
Isolated Data Channels in each KVM port make it impossible for data to be transferred between connected computers through the KVM.
Tamper-Warning Labels on each side of the KVM provide clear visual evidence if the enclosure has been compromised.
Housing Intrusion Detection causes the KVM to become inoperable and the LEDs to flash repeatedly if the housing has been opened.
Fixed Firmware cannot be reprogrammed, preventing attempts to alter the logic of the KVM.
Tamper-Proof Circuit Board is soldered to prevent component removal or alteration.
Safe Buffer Design doesn't incorporate a memory buffer, and the keyboard buffer is automatically cleared after data transmission, preventing transfer of keystrokes or other data when switching between computers.
Selective USB Access only recognizes HID USB devices (such as keyboards and mice) to prevent inadvertent and insecure data transfer.
Push-Button Control requires physical access to KVM when switching between connected computers.
These KVMs allow users to access multiple computers with different security levels from a single console (keyboard, mouse and monitor), protecting data from accidental or unauthorized transfer when switching between systems.
KEY JWICS: Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System, a secure computer network used primarily within the intelligence community. SIPR Network: Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), a secure computer network used by the United States Department of Defense and Department of State to transmit classified information. Unsecure Network: For example, a Non-classified IP Router Network (NIPRNet) managed by the US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and used to exchange sensitive but unclassified information between Government and military users.
The dual-link DVI-I signal supports high-resolution digital video up to 2560 x 1600 required for analysis of maps or satellite images on large-screen monitors.
Tripp Lite has a full line of TAA-compliant solutions designed to meet the needs of government agencies and government contractors.