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AT&T's SACS security system (NSA approved!)

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| What Is SACS ??? |
| |
| SACS is the NSA APPROVED STU-III Access Control System that permits your |
| STU to control secure access to your UNATTENDED classified equipment. |
| |
| SACS uses the unique Cryptographic Key Registration Number, and the |
| DAO (Department, Agency, Organization) codes to control access to |
| your classified equipment. |
| |
| SACS allows you to limit access to only ONE user, OR, to as many users as |
| required for your normal or emergency operations. |
| |
| SACS allows you to change your access list (i.e., "Good Guy List") within |
| a few seconds, thereby providing you with instant protection from lost |
| or compromised keys. |
| |
| SACS provides you with the information you need to identify ALL attempts |
| to enter your system by UNAUTHORIZED individuals. |
| |
| SACS is available on all new AT&T STU-IIIs, and as an upgrade on certain |
| models of older AT&T STU-IIIs. |
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