Methods and Equipment for Protection Against Information Leakage Via CEE Channels
Operation of radio and electric equipment inevitably leads to electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions into the surrounding environment. For most equipment, in particular, for computers, scanners, printers, etc., EMF emission appearance is the spurious and undesirable result of its operation. A similar spurious EMF is referred to as a compromising electromagnetic emanation (CEE). Also, technical devices create pick-up on surrounding conductive objects. The existence of CEE and CEE and pick-up (CEEP) makes possible the interception of information, which is processed by the equipment, with the help of sensitive receivers, even for large (tens of meters) distances.
KeywordsInformation Security Clock Frequency Information Leakage Computing Facility Security Index
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