Even a robust security plan can be compromised at the user access point. For this reason, KVM Switches that interface with both secure and non-secure networks pose a significant risk to data security and are often targeted by hackers. Some network managers avoid this issue altogether by keeping their networks completely separate. However, that solution requires more monitors, cabling, and greater overall energy demands.
NIAP-Certified Secure KVM Switches have solved this conundrum by saving energy and space in addition to meeting the high security standards set by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP). [Continue reading]