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With the KIV-7M, Raytheon Secure Information Systems again sets new standards of excellence for information security. The next generation of the venerable KIV-7 family provides both programmable link and network encryption and leads the way in implementing the U.S. Government‘s Cryptographic Modernization (CM) Initiative, and is among the first products designed to fully meet the five CM cornerstones:

  • Assured Security Robustness 
  • Cryptographic Algorithm Compliance
  • Interoperability
  • Releasability
  • Programmability

The KIV-7M fully implements all U. S. National Security Agency requirements for Type 1 certification, and is approved for use at the highest level of assurance.  This assured security robustness reflects the integrity of the KIV-7M‘s overall design.

The KIV-7M incorporates the latest security algorithms as determined by the Cryptographic Algorithm Configuration Management Board (CACMB).  These algorithms provide interoperability in coalition environments, and algorithm agility and reprogrammability for future security enhancements.

KIV-7M is fully compliant with the NSA‘s Link Encryptor Family Interoperability Specification, and is interoperable with previous versions of the KIV-7 family and the KG-194/A series of encryptors.

Its innovative multi-channel design allows KIV-7M users to replace two key legacy devices with one KIV-7M, thus recovering valuable space in fixed shelter environments and reducing weight for mobile applications.  Each channel is independently configurable and able to operate in full duplex mode at 50Mbps in each direction.  In addition, each channel may be configured to independent security classification levels.

The KIV-7M is upgradeable to provide network interoperability in accordance with the NSA High Assurance Internet Protocol Interoperability Specification (HAIPIS) by the addition of a network adapter.  This upgradeability and backward compatibility allows the community of users to conduct a phased migration to the Global Information Grid without losing connectivity to legacy architectures. 

The KIV-7M is the next generation in a tradition of excellence from Raytheon.

Key Benefits

-  General

  • Independent security classification levels per channel
  • Handshaking and synchronization functionality for Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) architectures
  • Type 1 data encryption
  • KIV-7, KIV-7HS, KIV-7HSA, and KIV-7 HSB Interoperability
  • KG-84/84A/84C interoperability
  • KIV-194A interoperability
  • KIV-19 and KIV-19A interoperability
  • Universal half-height computer peripheral configuration
  • User-friendly menu-based operator interface
  • Non-volatile storage of multiple user-defined configurations
  • Synchronous data rates to 50 Mbps
  • Flexible key management interface, including DS-101/102
  • Crypto-ignition-key (CIK) protection of internally stored keys.
  • Low-power 5 V DC operation
  • Compliant with NSA INFOSEC and TEMPEST requirements
  • MILSTAR compatibles

-  Interoperability

  • KG-84
  • KG-84A
  • KG-84C
  • KIV-7
  • KIV-7HS
  • KIV-7HSA
  • KIV-7HSB
  • KG-194/A
  • LEF
  • KIV-19
  • KIV-19A

-  Versatile Installation

  • Desktop
  • Embeddable
  • Rack Mount

-  Reprogrammable

-  Low Cost

-  High Reliability

-  Cryptographic Algorithm Compliance

  • Suite A
  • Suite B

-  Web Browser for Remote Control and Configuration

-  Multi-Channel

  • Independently Configurable
  • Full Duplex

-  Tested to MIL-STD Environment

KIV-7 Expert Training

KIV-7 training sessions are scheduled for December 8-12, 2014 in Annapolis Junction, MD


For more information, please call (800) 548-7383