High-security server cabinets
A range of cabinets which protects sensitive IT equipment from attack.
Protect your IT systems from attack
IT equipment at critical infrastructure and other high-risk sites is a prime target for an increasing number of security threats:
Collection of the emissions generated by electronic equipment
Connection to the IT servers and extracting the information or interpretation of the signals using specific software
Disabling of servers and other electrical equipment for financial or strategic gain
Risk of devastating consequences for IT systems caused by nuclear devices or electronic generators
Radiation created by thunder and lightning that can render electrical and electronic equipment permanently useless
Protecting IT systems in the digital era
In addition to natural events, human error and technical failure, critical infrastructures and high-security sites have to face a diversity of external threats including attacks by electromagnetic pulses (EMP), which criminals, terrorists and other destabilising agencies can use to disable servers and other electrical equipment. Access to sensitive data can have catastrophic implications. Protecting it physically is more important now than ever.
Electromagnetic pulse radiation: an ever-present threat
Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) radiation is both a natural and man-made phenomenon that can have devastating consequences for IT systems. Whether created naturally by lightning, or artificially by nuclear devices and electronic generators, high-energy EMP radiation can render electrical and electronic equipment permanently useless. Learn more about electromagnetic pulse radiation by reading our free guide.
The Secure-IT storage concept
Developed closely alongside a European government agency, the Secure-IT range of secure cabinets for IT equipment provides servers and data with an extremely high level of protection, reducing vulnerability and ensuring service continuity.
Developed for security and business-critical IT resources
The Secure-IT cabinets are used to guard against threats to critical infrastructure in sectors including governmental institutions, telecommunication industries, embassies, defence facilities and even mobile command centres for combat units.
The benefits of Secure-IT
Data interception is blocked through both active and passive shielding
Cabinet access is controlled with a high-security electronic lock to prevent physical connection to the server
The faraday effect of the cabinet protects against high-intensity electromagnetic pulse emissions, whether of natural or man-made origin
Radio frequency-shielded to prevent from listening and interpreting server emissions
Certified according to the Scandinavian security norm SS 3492 to protect against burglary attacks