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It’s never been more important for federal agencies to safeguard their desktop and mobile IT assets from theft, damage, and prying eyes. At the same time, agencies need to bolster productivity in an environment where the frequent rollout of new technologies and new equipment continually creates incompatibility challenges. Kensington meets these needs head-on with a portfolio of TAA-compliant accessories for desktops, laptops and tablets, each designed in collaboration with our OEM partners and with feedback from our customers.
Federal agencies turn to Kensington to help them better secure, protect, and connect their IT environments. Our portfolio of TAA-compliant desktop and mobile device accessories was developed in collaboration with our OEM partners to ensure compatibility and achieve optimal performance. You’ll gain peace of mind from working with an established U.S.-based vendor, trusted by organizations around the world for more than three decades for our innovative products, consultative sales approach, rapid order fulfillment, and responsive support.
Kensington invented the laptop lock 25 years ago. Today, we build on that heritage with a full range of innovative locking solutions. Kensington locks offer advanced security features that make them nearly impossible to pick, as well as custom keying options for unmatched IT management.
Rugged tablet cases protect devices from damage, avoiding repair costs and user downtime. Recognizing that federal agencies have unique requirements beyond basic drop protection, Kensington partnered with Microsoft to develop the BlackBelt™ Rugged Case with Integrated CAC Reader. This innovative case was specifically designed to meet stringent federal requirements both for device protection and data security.
Kensington docking stations make connections painless. In addition to delivering a productivity boost, Kensington docks bolster security with DockWorks™. This included software passes the laptop’s MAC address through to the docking station and resets it when the laptop is undocked, making it easy for IT to identify unwarranted access attempts.
Secure Wireless Connection protects sensitive data from potential hackers using AES 128-bit encryption technology. Adopted by the U.S. government as the encryption standard, the AES-128 bit encryption protects your sensitive data from potential hackers.