Professional time synchronisation may be of high risk if not controlled or monitored.
The methods currently used in the synchronization of master clocks, time servers and time centres offer advantages, but also security flaws that can seriously affect the proper function of an organization.
The five most commonly used synchronisation methods:
- NTP TIME PROTOCOLS ON SECURE SCPTime® NETWORKS
Master clocks and time servers enable the synchronization of clocks and IT network.
The use of standardised time codes and protocols offers a high level of transparency.
- NTP TRANSMISSION (Network Time Protocol)
- AFNOR NFS 87500 ENCRYPTED TRANSMISSION