Great for government.
Get secure KVM switching for networks with multiple security classifications.
These ultra-secure switches, available in DVI and VGA versions, enable you to safely access servers between secure and non-secure networks.
- • High port-to-port electrical isolation.
- • A permanently hard-wired design.
- • External tamper-evident seals.
- • Channel-to-channel crosstalk isolation to protect against snooping.
The benefits of EAL4+:
What makes these switches special is that they’re EAL4+ Certified, which means they’ve been certified for Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance to Level 4+ (EAL4+), augmented by ALC_FLR.2 and ATE_DPT.2.
EAL4+ itself defines a common set of tests to evaluate the security of an IT product relating to its supply chain, from design, engineering, and manufacturing to distribution.
The Common Criteria scheme is supported by the National Security Agency through the National Information Assurance Program (NIAP).
Read our Buyer’s Guide on understanding the difference between TEMPEST and Common Criteria (EAL4+).
TEMPEST versions available.
All the VGA versions are not only available with support for CAC readers, they’re also TEMPEST Level I (Level A) Qualified, as well as NATO SDIP-27 Level A Qualified.
What this means is their low radiated emissions profile meets the appropriate requirements for conducted/radiated electromagnetic emissions.