- Rigorous regular inspections require heavy manpower. With government agencies operating on reduced budgets, it’s difficult to staff during weekends and holidays, not to mention getting a response team to an alarm site within the mandatory 15 minutes during off-hours.
- The phrase “human error” exists for a reason. Manual inspections can result in inaccuracies on inspection forms.
- Most PDS systems use encryption, which slows down their bandwidth and decreases productivity.
SECURE CLASSIFIED NETWORKS AND ENSURE 100% COMPLIANCE IS MET EVERY TIME
CENTRALLY MONITOR THREATS, AUTOMATE INSPECTIONS & RESPONSE PROCEDURES
COMMON CHALLENGES With PROTECTED DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (PDS)
SOLVE TRADITIONAL PDS PROBLEMS With OUR SCALEABLE SOLUTIONS
OUR Alarmed Carrier PDS SOLUTIONS Provide:
REAL-TIME DASHBOARD – ACCESSIBLE REMOTELY
TIME-STAMPED INSPECTION DOCUMENTATION
Automatic data disablement to alarmed zone
OPTICAL WARNING SYSTEM – USER-CONFIGURABLE THRESHOLDS
IMMEDIATE ALARM DISPATCHING
GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF DISTURBANCES IN REAL-TIME
The Technology Behind Our Alarmed Carrier PDS Solution
All information is processed by our Infrastructure Monitoring System, the brain of the solution. IMS keeps time-stamped documentation, generates case files, alerts the response team, controls data flow to the alarmed zones and sends notifications to all necessary partisequat.
Optical Network Security System which detects movement of alarmed fibers. Monitors spare strands of dark fibers within optical cables to ensure integrity and availability of network data. Can be auto-configured to monitor a wide variety of new or existing infrastructures and architectures.
High-speed monitoring of a full range of optical Cyber Sensors. Support up to 16 channels, each of which supports up to 50 sensors. Provides real-time alerts.
Fiber optic panel that automatically performs alarm circuit verification required by CNSSI 7003 for any size building. Includes software-controlled ability to disable classified data. Sends out customized reports after each periodic test. Capable of random scheduled testing. Out-of-band and non-intrusive.
CyberSecure’s Fiber ForensicsTM technology provides alarm response dispatchers with an optical intrusion severity chart to allow the dispatchers to respond according to the severity of the optical intrusion.
The Fiber Forensics chart measures specific metrics that correlate directly to fiber tap techniques to determine the severity of all optical intrusion attempts.
Duration of the optical intrusion (Time)
The change in light within the alarmed fibers (DB Change)
The number of vibrations that occur during an optical intrusion attempt
SEE HOW THE ALARMED CARRIER PDS WORKS
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Our 24/7/365 continuous monitoring immediately detects and reports every disturbance from the slightest bumps to the most sophisticated data theft attempts. We customize our technology to work for you, setting Site-Specific Operating Procedures for every client.