transmission security


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transmission security

[tranz′mish·ən si‚kyu̇r·əd·ē]
(communications)
Component of communications security which results from all measures designed to protect transmissions from unauthorized interception, traffic analysis, and imitative deception.
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Transmission security is defined as the method of protecting workstation-to-server and LAN-to-mainframe communications.
The packet engine also provides packet transmission security via CRC error checking, AES-128 encryption and a 66-byte FIFO.
The new SafeNet solutions can help reduce high-speed encryption costs by as much as 50 percent and are the first commercial Layer 2 Ethernet encryptors of their kind to offer transmission security (TRANSEC), mitigating the risk of communications interception and traffic analysis.
Wireless transmission links are also encrypted using NSA-approved Transmission Security.
SendStuffNow enables users to easily send files that require enhanced transmission security or are too large to send via email.
CWLP s new monarch SCADA/EMS system includes SCADA, Generation Control and Dispatch, Transmission Security Analysis (State Estimator, Power Flow and Contingency Analysis) and Operator Training Simulator Functionality.
KIV-19 Trunk Encryption Devices provides Transmission Security for up to four circuits that require them.
1, enabling organizations to retain the major benefits of faxes - universal standardization, transmission security, file format-insensitive - in a reliable, cost-effective end-to-end solution for transmitting documents in real-time.
Intelligent functionality includes bidirectional communication, actuation, high transmission security and ultra-low power energy management in a single chip device.
The modems delivered under these orders will also introduce DoD-approved transmission security (TRANSEC) to the LinkWay system as well as new LinkWayS2 system features that will provide continuing improvements in throughput and efficiency.
Prior to coming to ISO New England, he completed a 30-year career with the Tennessee Valley Authority where he last served as General Manager, Electric System Operations of the Transmission Power Supply Group and was responsible for control area operations, power supply, economic dispatch, system protection, transmission security, and services and dispatching.
These options include a Network Processor module supporting the VMS for seamless IP-based bandwidth and capacity management, and a Transmission Security (TRANSEC) module providing Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS)-140-2 Level 2 security.
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