Secure keyboard-video-mouse (SKVM) switches allow access to multiple computing systems at different security classifications, from a single desktop.
The Belkin Modular SKVMs are designed for the latest Common Criteria and NIAP cybersecurity standard: NIAP Protection Profile for Peripheral Sharing Devices 4.0.
Existing technology allows extenders to deliver point-topoint video and USB across distance, but there’s no way to switch the video path from enclave to enclave.
The Belkin KVM Remote Control with Integrated Keyboard is designed to help declutter the operator’s desk while enhancing awareness and effectiveness. The F1DN008KBD integrates an 8-port remote control with a backlit USB keyboard for Belkin’s Universal 2nd Generation and Modular SKVM/SKMs.
Docks typically add more ports to work with, but this can adversely affect security. Belkin TAA-compliant docking stations offer built-in cables and less ports, increasing security without disrupting compatibility.
Belkin offers the latest Common Criteria NIAP Protection Profile 4.0-certified peripheral sharing devices designed to maintain air-gap isolation with the desktop while improving operator efficiency and effectiveness.
Utilizing an innovative display connection technology and a set of passive cables, the Belkin Universal 2nd Gen SKVM Switch can simultaneously accommodate legacy DVI-D input/output as well as modern, high-resolution HDMI® and DisplayPort™ input/outputs on the same SKVM.
The Belkin Universal 2nd Gen SKVM is the ideal solution for systems using high-performance DisplayPort graphics outputs as well as monitor inputs.
Energy and utility companies are key economic drivers, making their infrastructures tempting targets for a broad range of cyber threats. The energy industry is at risk for cybercrimes related to supply chain partners, OT infrastructure, and IT systems. Decentralized facilities not designed for digital transformation have networks vulnerable to attacks involving ransomware, data theft, billing fraud, and mobile device phishing.
Financial services are a lucrative target for cybercrimes carried out by nation-state and state-sponsored threat actors, ideological hacktivists, ransomware gangs, and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) groups. Preferred attacks may involve phishing, malware, ransomware, web application, vulnerability exploitation, and distributed denial of service (DDoS). Incidents are becoming more frequent and sophisticated, resulting in compromised data, heavy financial losses, and impacted confidence in institutions.
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