Bulk encryption devices (BED) provide point-to-point secure communication on LANs, MANs and WANs. Data Link Layer encryption provided by the devices protects the data during transportation over unsecure networks. Bulk encryption devices provide data confidentiality and data integrity. Hardware implemented encryption algorithm can be either AES-256 or a national algorithm. Strong authentication mechanisms are also implemented on the devices. Bulk encryption devices can perform independent operations from application level protocols.
2034 BED-E is an online Ethernet encryption equipment which encrypts and decrypts data through two independent ports that can operate simultaneously. 2034 BED-E operates in full duplex mode at transmission rates 2, 8 and 34 Mbps independent of the networking protocols. 2034 BED-E is a very flexible encryption unit that supports both direct key loading via a Fillgun device and remote key loading by a management system via the system control input. By the use of remote management feature; alarm monitoring and security management bulk encryption devices are being handled online.