SwitchView SC120 1X2 Secure Switch PS/2 USB VGA Intrusion Detection
The Avocent Cybex SwitchView SC100 and SC200 KVM Switch series offers proven, secure access for any environment where security is mandatory.* With USB common access card (CAC) reader support (available on the SwitchView SC200 switches), three levels of physical security, and controlled USB connectivity, you can consolidate multiple workstations of varying security classification levels with one keyboard, monitor and mouse without compromising network security.
The SwitchView SC200 switches allow desktop IT administrators to deploy a single CAC reader that will switch to all computers connected to the switch. (CAC support is required for all government employees attempting to log in to government systems and is specified in the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 [HSPD12].)
Both the SwitchView SC100 and SC200 switches include three layers of tamper-proof hardware security to enhance security at the desktop. In addition, SwitchView SC100 and SC200 switches ensure that only USB human interface devices (HIDs) function on target computers by constantly monitoring all devices attached to the console ports. These switches ignore communication from non-HIDs (such as flash drives, hard disk drives, cameras and printers) when switching data to the target. In situations where the only USB port(s) for HIDs are enabled on the target computer, the SwitchView SC switch will not introduce security vulnerabilities.
The SwitchView SC100 and SC200 switches offer flexible connectivity with support for USB and/or PS/2 peripherals and target computers.
The SwitchView SC120 2-Port KVM Switch include USB common access card (CAC) reader support. CAC support is required for all government employees attempting to log in to government systems. This requirement is specified in the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD12). The SwitchView SC120 2-Port KVM Switch allow desktop IT administrators to only deploy a single CAC reader that will be switched to all computers connected to the switch.