ATEN Secure KVM Solutions Designed with Multi-layer Security for Securing Data Access while Boosting Network Security

ATEN Secure KVM Solutions Designed with Multi-layer Security for Securing Data Access while Boosting Network Security

ATEN Secure KVM Solutions Designed with Multi-layer Security for Securing Data Access while Boosting Network Security

ATEN Advance, the leading provider of AV/IT connectivity and management solutions, recently designed ATEN Secure KVM solutions which address the data protection and secure data access needs for highly sensitive environments. The solutions are NIAP Common Criteria Compliant. These solutions comprise KVM switches that aim to enforce stringent desktop security and provide secure data access in industries and organizations like government and military agencies, healthcare, banking & financial institutions which deal with high security and confidential data. The multi-layered security features keep sensitive assets isolated providing advanced user data protection.

NIAP Common Criteria Compliant

The solutions are NIAP Common Criteria Compliant, PSD PP v4.0 (Protection Profile for Peripheral Sharing Device) compliant assuring maximum information security by isolating computer sources and peripherals while sharing a single set of keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, and common access card (CAC) reader between connected computers of various security classifications.

Stringent Security

ATEN Secure KVM Switches provide key protections including isolation and unidirectional data flow, restricted peripheral connectivity and filtering, user data protection, configurable device filtering and management, and always-on tamper-proof design, which keep sensitive assets isolated and provides advanced security and a user friendly design for instantly secure deployment.

Features and benefits

Comes with remote port selector (2XRT-0019G)
Auto Detection: work exclusively with ATEN PP4.0 2/4/8-Port Secure KVM Switches
(e.g. when attached to a 4-Port Secure KVM Switch, only pushbuttons 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be detected and functional)

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