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The ServSwitch Secure KVM Switch with USB, EAL4+ Certified/TEMPEST Level I (Level A) Qualified, VGA, surpasses the security profiles of most other KVM switches.
The Common Criteria is an international standardized process for information technology security evaluation, validation, and certification. The Common Criteria scheme is supported by the National Security Agency through the National Information Assurance Program (NIAP). EAL4+ itself defines a common set of tests to evaluate the security of an IT product relating to its supply chain, from design and engineering to manufacturing and distribution.
The ServSwitch Secure KVM switch with USB, EAL4+ Certified/TEMPEST Level I (Level A) Qualified, VGA provides control and separation of four PC CPUs/servers connected to secure and non-secure networks through just one keyboard, monitor, and mouse. Users can safely switch among the connected computers operating at different classification levels without worry.
The TEMPEST designation is required by military organizations. As a security standard, it pertains to technical security countermeasures, standards, and instrumentation that prevent or minimize the exploitation of vulnerable data communications equipment by technical surveillance or eavesdropping.