EMP Cabinets- Secure IT Level 3 with EMP
Physical IT Security
Companies today face rapidly multiplying, increasingly sophisticated security risks. Even the advanced IT systems that drive global business and underpin our society are susceptible to the latest state-of-the-art threats. As the complexity of our systems grows, so too does our reliance upon them. And when they go down, the consequences can be critical. From a technological standpoint, the proverb ‘the bigger they are, the harder they fall’ is very true!
Governments and corporations alike face the very real risk of a future attack by Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), which criminals, terrorists and other destabilising agencies can use to disable servers and other electrical equipment for financial or strategic gain. The targeting of advanced technologies to access sensitive data can have catastrophic implications. Protecting them—physically—is more important than ever.
Gunnebo has developed the Secure-IT Class 3 EMP range to protect servers from intentional and malicious attacks or information gathering. Class 3 cabinets are constructed to meet the stringent requirements of burglary standard SS 3492, additionally the EMP-certified models ensure that mission-critical IT systems are insulated from the harmful effects of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), electronic eavesdropping, and the consequences of targeted, unauthorised access.
Key Benefits at a Glance
- Potential equalisation to all contactable and conductive parts.
- Magnetic contact between door and frame for alarm connection.
- Three way moving bolt work with fi xed hinge bolts.
- Temperature display with temperature sensor alarm.
- Thermostatic control of fan speed.
Class 3 cabinets are designed to meet the requirements of Scandinavian burglary resistance standard SS 3492. Engineered from solid 4mm special steel and with a four-way bolt work Class 3 cabinets are built to withstand determined attacks. Cabinets are always secured by locks developed for the safes industry certified according to EN 1300.
Class 3 EMP cabinets are equipped with shielded connectors for both power and fibre optic cables. These in conjunction
with the Faraday properties of the cabinet ensures that the stored equipment and information is protected in the best way.The sizes we offer are the result of our experience in dealing with major clients. There is currently a choice of two heights and three external depths.
All cabinets are designed to be easily base anchored from within without the need to remove or interfere with installed equipment to resist unauthorised removal. Class 3 EMP cabinets are finished to blend into most office
environments being painted in RAL 9002 light grey.
Class 3 EMP cabinets are supplied with air intake / outflow filters, thermostatically controlled air circulation, thermal alarm, shielded power and fibre optic cable connections, magnetic door contacts and 19” Server racking.
All cabinets are rigorously tested prior to delivery to ensure cabinet performances meet the stringent requirements set by our clients.
Secure-IT Level 3 EMP cabinets are supplied with electronic locks meeting the requirements of European Standard EN 1300 and of minimum Class A.
A wide range of alternative electronic locks can be fitted according to the features and functionality required by the client. We offer from a simple code lock capable of accepting 2 individual user codes up to locks providing 99+ users, event audit reporting, time lock and time delay or even IP connectivity for remote lock monitoring should it be required.
Class 3 EMP cabinets offer a variety of options to maximise functionality. Additional ventilation fans can be added, connection to external cooling systems provided for, additional power or fibre optic connection points can be specified, left hand doors or rear service doors can all be accommodated if required.
Whilst a fixed 19” server rack is supplied as standard, it is possible to specify the more user-friendly, extendable 19” racking system which fully extends out of the cabinet on a rail system for service and maintenance. Both types of racking can be segregated into individual compartments if access issues exist relating to servers contained within the cabinet.