Netgard™ MFD is a drop-in, inline, multi-factor, user authentication solution for networked, special purpose devices such as multi-function printer/scanner/copiers.
Netgard protects a network by requiring users to authenticate themselves with a smartcard (CAC/PIV) and personal identification number (PIN), thereby preventing unauthorized users from accessing privileged materials or distributing the unauthorized material. Without a card and PIN, Netgard does not permit the user to print, scan, or send from the multi-function device to network resources.
Many legacy devices, purchased before the adoption of HSPD-12, do not support CAC/PIV access. As a result, many useful legacy devices, such as multi-function copiers and scanners, have been rendered useless. Netgard offers an affordable solution that helps government agencies make the most of their technology investment by bringing these legacy devices into compliance with HSPD-12.
For U.S. government agencies, Netgard meets Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-12) by facilitating Common Access Card (CAC/PIV) multi-factor authentication required by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) for access to network-based devices and systems. It supports both local and network user authentication using LDAP or Active Directory.
|Physical Description & Operating Environment||Width: 2.75in / 7.0cm
Height: 1.125in / 2.9cm
Depth: 5.64in / 14.3cm
Weight: 0.88lbs / 0.4kg
Power: 100-240V (operating), 50-60 Hz (autosensing)
Input Current: 0.6A
Power Consumption: 6 Watts, 20 BTU/hour
Temperature: 0°C - 50°C (32°F - 122°F)
|Connectivity/Networking||2x 10/100 Ethernet
Dual IP v4 and IPv6 stacks
|Administration/Management||Remote: Web (SSL)|
|Certifications||IPv6 Phase 1
UL 60950-1 Listed
FCC, Part 68