Securing vulnerable machines
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Federal agencies classify and store information at various levels. Individuals are accorded access to that information based on the level of their security clearance and their need to know. The most common method to maintain such a chain of custody is to physically separate compartmented or classified materials on different networks and computing platforms. Secure KVM switching involves passing otherwise separate streams of classified information through a single device. Emerson explores how its product secures vulnerable systems in any network.