When cybersecurity is top priority, the Draco vario KVMA Isolated Secure Extender comes into play. The device provides remote computer access for high-security areas that must meet strict data security regulations – such as law enforcement, defense and healthcare.
As you are used to from IHSE KVM extenders, operators can conveniently control multiple remotely located computers and systems using the same set of peripherals (keyboard, monitor, mouse). An additional integrated security layer prevents potential data spying.
The CON Unit which is located at the user’s desk is considered a particularly security-critical part of a network, as users can connect their operating devices at this point. Thanks to its sophisticated design, the Draco vario KVMA Isolated Secure Extender is equipped with specific shielding layers, both on the hardware side and on the integral firmware side. These prevent eavesdropping and signal detection from radio frequency emanation. The restricted hardware access also prevents data theft (e.g. via USB flash drive) or the injection of malware.
The Draco vario KVMA Isolated Secure Extender complies with the highest IT security standards of the NIAP/Common Criteria Protection Profile for Peripheral Sharing Devices Version 4.0 (NIAP PP 4.0). Developed in collaboration with the security experts of HighSecLabs (HSL), the device is designed to meet the most stringent government and military specifications, offering maximum, state-of-the-art protection against data leakage.
The IHSE KVM system enables precise access rights management, as required in government and military installations, to separate classified and unclassified data and environments. In combination with Draco tera KVM matrix switches and Draco vario KVM extenders, even a secure setup of combined classified and unclassified endpoints can be achieved. Thus, multiple classification systems can be controlled in a user-friendly way from ONE SINGLE workstation including keyboard, mouse and screen – without any data leaks or other security risks.