Tenix’s Interactive Link Keyboard Switch (IL-KBS) can be used to switch signals from a mouse and keyboard to either a local workstation or a networked workstation where the local workstation is intended to exist in a more highly classified environment than the network. The switch supports Ethernet and optical fibre connections; PS/2 mouse and keyboard; and a SUN mouse and keyboard.
MCS Ultra provides secure access to two completely separate networks from a single desktop including USB 1.1 keyboard, VGA monitor and USB 1.1 mouse. The user selects a network by pressing one of two buttons on the front of the device. Multi-sensory indication of the network change is provided by visual indication of the selected network above each button and an audible buzz before changing networks. The MCS Ultra Version 2.0.0 provides additional capability by providing Product Identification and Vendor Identification (PID/VID) as part of its response to a host computer.
Tenix’s Interactive Link Multiple Computer Switch (IL-MCS) allows for two computers of different security classifications to share a single keyboard and mouse. The MCS unit has two buttons and indication LEDs on the front of the unit for selecting and determining which computer is currently in use as well as an aural buzz to provide multi-sensory indicators when switching between computers. The MCS supports PS/2 connected keyboards and mice and standard 15 pin VGA connections for monitor input and output.
The BAE SYSTEMS' Mobile Trusted Filter is a filter for asynchronous serial data that can be used in a number of applications, primarily to provide RED/BLACK separation in systems where BLACK equipment is remotely controlled from a RED area via a serial remote control port.
The BAE SYSTEMS Trusted Filter is a filter for asynchronous serial data that can be used in a number of applications, primarily to provide RED/BLACK separation in systems where BLACK equipment is remotely controlled from a RED area via a serial remote control port.
The Interactive Link Multiple Computer Switch permits a user to access information from two computers of differing security classification from a single keyboard, mouse and monitor.
The Interactive Link permits a user to gain interactive access to applications and data of two networks of different security levels from a single workstation and to transfer data from the low level network to the high level network.
BAE’s Interactive Link Data Diodes (IL-DD) provide a mechanism to ensure that high-speed optical communication signals will be permitted to pass in one direction only. Data diodes are typically used to prevent information leakage from networks requiring incoming data transmissions. The devices accept a single optical fibre input and has a single optical fibre output, as well as indication LEDs for when power is on and for notification of activity on the optical fibre channel.