It has been demonstrated and verified that SecurLAN™ solutions are offered at the lowest cost per zone in the industry. The products have also been approved and certified for the protection of the PDS, and are compatible with all varieties of network architectures, including secure passive optical networks (PON).
SecurLAN is compliant for use in network Protected Distribution Systems (PDS) at US Government installations built in accordance with the following guidelines:
SecurLAN has two functions; to detect an intruder, and to deny access to data. The cutoff switch is responsible for denying access to an intruder. Once the system detects an intrusion attempt, the cutoff switch physically turns off the data in the area of concern, ensuring that the breach in security does not result in stolen data.
A command and control interface that when combined with SecureLAN optical sensors and data cutoff switches form a Protected Distribution System (PDS) capable of shielding sensitive networks from physical attacks, tapping, or accidental damage.
Rack-mounted single-zone Alarm Processor Unit is equipped with TCP/IP (native XML messaging) and supports a sensing cable length of up to 5km; with insensitive lead-in cable up to 20km for remote APU deployment. The RK-348 rack housing holds up to eight SL358R APU's.
Designed for remote deployment, this dual-channel SecurLAN APU can be located (up to 20km) from the protected zone.
The SL504 monitors up to four different sensing fibers (zones), and the SL508 can support up to eight. Each sensing fiber can be up to 5km in length for maximum perimeter protection. Remote APU deployment with insensitive lead-in cable capability.