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Raritan Secure Switches (RSS) offer a proven desktop access solution for guarding against cyber intrusion for government and military agencies. The RSS is lab tested and certified to meet the requirements of the latest NIAP Protection Profile for Peripheral Sharing Devices version 3.0. There are four available models, two port and four port, with and without Common Access Card (CAC) authentication. These models support a single DVI-I (analog or digital) & USB user console with optional audio from the connected computer. The Raritan Secure Switches work in either analog (VGA) or digital video (DVI, HDMI) modes, including 4K Ultra HD, high definition, and standard resolutions.
The NIAP Version 3.0 Protection Profile for Peripheral Sharing (KVM) Switches defines the latest requirements for use of Secure Desktop KVM Switches. These switches allow a user to safely switch between computer systems at different classifications. The new 3.0 Protection Profile (PP_PSS_V3.0) replaces the previous EAL2, EAL4 and Common Criteria regulations with stricter requirements.
Certified to meet all the requirements of the 3.0 Protection Profile for Peripheral Sharing Switches, which defines strict and comprehensive protections for secure desktop access of systems at multiple classification levels along with the safe use of shared peripherals.
The RSS meets the 3.0 Protection Profile by strict isolation between computers at different classification levels, tamper resistant operation, firmware locked down to prevent unauthorized modification, and automatically clearing keyboard data.
Supports VGA or DVI and HDMI video mode, including 1080P, single and dual-link DVI and 4K Ultra HD.
The RSS only connects authorized USB peripherals, without sharing or transferring data.
Two and four port RSS models available for secure CAC authentication
Multiple software and hardware protections against tampering to ensure the integrity of the switch
Built-in, auto-switching power supply
If the chassis cover is compromised, the unit becomes inoperable and the LEDs flash
Firmware cannot be reprogrammed to prevent attempts to alter the logic of the switch
For added security, keyboard data is automatically cleared to prevent sharing