Network Integrity Systems (NIS), developer of the INTERCEPTOR™ Optical Network Security System will be at AFCEA C4IST, Fort Huachuca, October 3-4th, announcing the expansion of the INTERCEPTOR product line with INTERCEPTOR LD2™, a long distance fiber optic monitoring and intrusion location detection system.
In addition, the INTERCEPTOR will be featured and demonstrated in the exhibits of our industry partners, where these partners are focusing on the Secure PON solution. INTERCEPTOR security combined with Passive Optical Networking (PON) technology and Flexible Interlocking Armored Cable offers the government an integrated, modern, aesthetically pleasing, cost-effective approach to deploying high performance classified networks.
Please visit us at the following exhibits to learn more:
▪ Network Integrity Systems, INTERCEPTOR and INTERCEPTOR LD2
▪ Telos Corporation, Secure PON with INTERCEPTOR Integration
▪ Communications Supply Corporation & Tellabs Government Systems, Secure PON with INTERCEPTOR Integration
More on INTERCEPTOR LD2
INTERCEPTOR has always enabled Intelligent-PDS solutions for applications such as Secure PON, that effectively supports the growing demand for connections to classified networks while offering cost savings, enhanced security and the situational awareness required in today's environment. Since 2003, INTERCEPTOR has recorded approximately 50 million port hours protecting classified US government networks up to TS/SCI level.
Now, NIS offers a cost-effective, intelligent solution that will monitor up to 40km in single-ended networks and up to 80km in a ring configuration. This advanced network security monitoring system can detect intrusion attempts or tampering within 25 meters (or better) anywhere along the data network. The system’s advanced signal processing reduces nuisance alarms while maintaining high sensitivity to intrusions. As with INTERCEPTOR, the INTERCEPTOR LD2does not access or interfere with network traffic or bandwidth, and can be deployed with any type of network switching technology. Per NISTISSI 7003, this deployment scenario is the approved alternative to outside plant hardened PDS, negating the need for trenching and concrete encasement for the full distance of the pathway.
“With the emerging Secure Passive Optical Network (Secure PON) market, it was imperative that we offer a solution to protect the long distance runs supported by PON technology,” said Joe Giovannini, CEO of Network Integrity Systems. “Combining INTERCEPTOR LD2with our traditional product line, the entire PON can be protected in the most secure and cost effective way available. We look forward to introducing this product at the AFCEA C4IST show,” Giovannini added.