Posted on January 3, 2009 by Minder Singh | Comment (0)
Increase data center security and ensure HSPD-12 compliance with Smart Card/CAC-enabled KVM and KVM/Serial solutions.
Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12), issued on August 27, 2004, mandated the establishment of a standard for identification of Federal government employees and contractors. HSPD-12 requires the use of a common identification credential for both logical and physical access to federally controlled facilities and information systems.
To help you meet this important directive in the data center or any time KVM or Serial access is needed, Raritan has enhanced our award-winning digital KVM and analog KVM product families with smart card reader support, allowing data center managers to enjoy the best of both worlds: greater security and greater convenience.
New DoD SIPRNET Mandate
To ensure the secure transmission of classified and secret information, the U.S. Government has mandated that all access to all military, intelligence and other agency classified systems will require the use of a limited-access computer network SIPRNet token. This is a hardware token, cryptographically bound to the user’s identify. Raritan’s Paragon II with an integrated. card reader now supports SIPRNet tokens. Download and read our Remote Access and Control of SIPRNet Servers Brief
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Dominion KX II and KSX II –
Digital KVM Smart Card/CAC Solutions
Dominion KX II and KSX II allow BIOS-level access to your KVM devices at the rack, over IP and via modem. Fully featured when deployed standalone, or integrated with Raritan’s CommandCenter Secure Gateway management system, they both support rack-mounted servers, as well as IBM, HP and Dell blade servers. In addition, the Dominion KSX II allows you to access and control remote switches, router, network appliances, PBXs, firewalls, load balancers and power distribution units (PDUs). Both feature:
Paragon II –
Analog KVM Smart Card/CAC Solution
The Paragon II family of enterprise-class, Cat5 analog KVM switches is the most widely deployed KVM solution in federal data centers. With an integrated FIPS 201-approved smart card reader in its Enhanced User Station (P2-EUST/C), Paragon II offers you:
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