Network Integrity Systems exhibited and discussed potential INTERCEPTOR applications with a number of military IA personnel at two recent conferences: the COMSEC Users Conference at Lackland AFB in February and the Information Assurance Expo (IAE) in Nashville in March. INTERCEPTOR was seen by attendees as a PDS solution that has the potential to change the way network security is handled. We demonstrated how INTERCEPTOR can be used in a point-to-multipoint architecture to allow high density, logically clustered groups of protected SIPR drops.
This results in cost reductions of 75% or greater when compared to legacy protection methods. In addition, without PDS to construct, secure network connections can be delivered in days instead of weeks. Since the secure network infrastructure is no longer obvious and the monitored cables therefore do not require human inspections to assure their security, the cables can be concealed above ceilings or below floors, improving facility aesthetics and enhanced security.