Posts Tagged: leak

Thwarting Cyber Threats with Advanced Secure KVM and KM Technology

One of the most under-utilized preventative measures for thwarting cyber attacks is KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) switching devices. These devices allow employees in any type of business to securely switch between networks with various security levels from one desktop location. Advanced Secure KVM Switches offer superior security and data cyber threat protection by providing true data path… Read more »

Belkin Advanced Secure DVI-I KVM Switch Named a 2012 Product of the Year by UBM Channel’s CRN

4th Annual List Recognizes Products that Raised the Bar for Technical Excellence In 2012 Belkin, a trusted leader of customer-driven computing solutions for office, IT infrastructure and mobile environments, announced today that its Advanced Secure DVI-I KVM switch has received a 2012 Product of the Year award from CRN in the Security category. Products on… Read more »

Belkin Smart Card Reader Achieves FIPS 201 Certification

Federal Security Standard Assures Iron-clad Security and Reliability for Government Organizations Belkin Enterprise, a trusted leader of customer-driven computing solutions for office, IT infrastructure and mobile environments, today announced that its USB Smart Card and Common Access Card (CAC) Reader is now FIPS 201 (Federal Information Processing Standard Publication 201) compliant and is listed on… Read more »

KVM Switches: A Security Threat Some Might Leave Open

CRN Tests the Belkin KVM Switch With Approval Author: Eddie Correia, CRN Everything about the Belkin Secure DVI-I KVM Switch is air-tight, right down to the tamper-evident outer packaging and cabinet labels. Fully redundant circuitry prevents signaling attacks and data leakage across channels. Printed on the unit itself is a warning that it will self-destruct… Read more »

Solving the Security Problem Facing Government Desktops

Advanced KVM Technology Protects Government Desktops from Cyberthreats – http://bit.ly/NSKqzS VNM100312 – Over a three-year period, government agencies reported a 400-percent increase in attempted incursions into federal systems – demonstrating that cyber attacks on government systems are increasing at an exponential rate. While there is no current data on the number of attempts to compromise… Read more »

Low-hanging Fruit for Your Stimulus Basket

Ever since our city first became aware of the possibility of a federal stimulus package focusing on public works, we have been busy as bees finding “shovel-ready” projects to submit for funding. Because I realize efforts like ours are now going on all over the U.S., I thought it might be helpful to post some… Read more »