Emerson Network Power Gains Goverment Authority For Secure KVM and KM Switches

Emerson Network Power announced their newest line of secure Keyboard, Video, Mouse (KVM) and Keyboard, Mouse (KM) switches have received National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) approval and was added to the NIAP Approved Products list.

The new line of Emerson Network Power products includes the new Cybex SC family of secure desktop KVM and all-new KM switches. These switches enable easy, secure access to up to four systems through discrete processing paths, preventing data leakage, transfer or crosstalk between adjacent ports. Available in North America, Europe, Australia and Japan, these switches are part of an ongoing launch of new and enhanced solutions that deliver best-in-class security capabilities for broadcast, overnment, multimedia, financial and IT operation center environments.

The approval by NIAP demonstrates Emerson’s leadership position on issues concerning network security from desktop to data center, and the heightened awareness within the industry of the vulnerabilities in today’s hyper-connected world. As security threats escalate, organizations increasingly separate sensitive information onto multiple networks. In these high-security environments, the Emerson portfolio of IT management solutions helps organizations streamline access to critical information and increase productivity.

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