When it comes to developing the best cybersecurity measures for businesses, industries, defense, government – and enterprises of every kind – the majority of the attention goes to online measures. In most cases, the obvious, physical points of access into your data and information systems are simply left unguarded.
A certain amount of that focus on the online threat is understandable, because online is the route of attack for hackers, viruses, and many organized assaults. However, when all the cyber-defense attention goes online, it’s like building a moat around a castle and then leaving the drawbridge down. It doesn’t make sense, but it’s the way some of the most impactful, memorable attacks have been accomplished – reason enough to consider carefully whether your strategy for cybersecurity protection should begin with actual devices that secure access.
Although the exposure is vast, intentional attacks might be the lesser of our worries. Casual, unintentional contamination of data systems has so many more “operatives.” Innocent associates who can’t imagine that their infected thumb drive or smart phone are cyberthreats can do just as much damage accidentally as the most pernicious, planned attack.
The Connectivity Center grew alongside this threat – and just as rapidly – throughout the long, steep increase in access to computing power. Today, you can find here a complete and carefully curated collection of cybersecurity products for the physical sector of the security perimeter. These devices keep your data and information systems operating efficiently, effectively, and in a secure environment.
Taking a Systems Approach
Perhaps the most immediate and tangible example of the systems we offer is the set of products that surrounds the Smart Keeper Link Lock Hub, configured as a secure nexus for the components and peripherals that populate a typical work station.
The four-port USB connection within the hub might be used for keyboard, mouse, monitor, and scanner – or another component. Once they are connected, the cover of the Smart Keeper Link Lock Hub slides and snaps into place to be locked. Then two Smart Keeper USB Port Lock Professional elements are inserted in the locking slots located on either side of the Hub. Once they are inserted, only an authorized person can access the four ports, or alter their connection with the source (the CPU in this instance). The key patterns are strictly controlled, yet you can order duplicate keys to suit your own security authorization structure.
This workstation system, with the Smart Keeper Link Lock Hub at its core, is just one example of the practical versatility you’ll find at The Connectivity Center. We keep your own needs and applications in mind when we devise systems of the best cybersecurity products to keep your data networks and information systems secure. The Smart Keeper Link Lock Hub is one example of the thorough and carefully-curated collection of practical cybersecurity devices provided by The Connectivity Center.