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Thwarting Cyber Threats with Advanced Secure KVM and KM Technology

KVM Switch Device Vulnerabilities and How to Mitigate Them (January 10, 2014)
DMN Newswire--2014-1-10--
Cyber attacks are increasing at an exponential rate and can arise within any type of institution as rigorously as those originating from outside sources. When this happens, the potential exists for maliciously altered peripherals to gain control, intercept, and/or access resources beyond users' PCs and into any computer network that the PC is attached to.

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 isolation between systems and networks. These switches prevent peripherals from being used to leak information from desktop computers via video and audio devices, keyboards, and smart card readers using USB ports. Additional security is provided through an end-to-end tamper-proof system. 

This cybersecurity video features an array of secure KVM switching products, as well as an Advanced Secure KM (keyboard/mouse) switch, which is ideal for data-intensive applications where information from multiple secure sources must be viewed and compared on multiple displays in real time. Analysts and operators in defense and intelligence, banking and trading, or complex command and control environments will benefit immensely from seamless switching with cursor movement. 

To learn more see the video:

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