Inracks understands the unique requirements of data sensitive control rooms that require the separation of NIPRNet and SIPRNet communications lines. EDGE and ENTERPRISE both have features that let you use two cable trays. This allows you to separate your top secret confidential and standard communications, keeping them secure.
What does SIPR stand for? What does NIPR stand for?
Commonly referred to as Nipr and Sipr, NIPRNet and SIPRNet is the classification of an internet protocol router network for transmitting secret information. Maintaining secret information is critical to modern networks & classified documents version security.
NIPRNet refers to Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network. The Nipr network system consists of an IP network that is used for to communicate and exchange unclassified information.
SIPRNet acronym abbreviation shorthand or slang term refers to a Secret Internet Protocol Router Network. This system consists of an IP network that is used for the communication of classified information. In fact, the equipment includes a classified internet protocol router network SIPRNet.
Most importantly, maintaining a computer network that is a completely secure environment in a private network command center is a critical mission command task. Of course, all of our cost effective streamlined and uniform console furniture through the use of unique cable trays for secure internet protocol router network siprnet.
Our secret internet protocol router network siprnet furniture is fully equipped to handle the separation of data communications systems for network security. Being siprnet compliant helps to prevent cyber threats, improves application security controls & email security. This is required in share information secure environments in order to maintain wiring integrity used in top secret communications and security clearances.
Likewise, many government agencies such as The United States Department of Defense and the Defense Information Systems Agency requires such SIPRNet access protocols. In summary, trust Inracks furniture for insurance industry and defense information systems network utility.
NIPRNet and SIPRNet compliant furniture is often required for use in government installations including the following departments:
The Department of Defense
US Air Force
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
National Security Agency (NSA)
United States Department of Homeland Security
Defense Intelligence Agency
DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
United States Intelligence Community
District of Columbia
Department of State
Insurance Commissioners & State Insurance Licensing
Secret Program Executive Office
Typically overseen by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). DISA is a U.S combat support agency that connects the U.S military and government though IT and communications support. NIPR and SIPR is sometimes incorrectly referred to as Nipper and Sipper.