CMVPCryptographic Module Validation Program (NIST/CSE)
CMVPCertified Measurement and Verification Professional
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The CMVP uses laboratories accredited by NIST's National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program to test cryptographic products that conform to FIPS.
Annabelle Lee, director of the CMVP said, "We are excited that Logica has joined the Cryptographic Module Validation Programme and congratulate them on having successfully completed a very complex accreditation process to become the first CMVP laboratory outside North America.
Second, the CMVP celebrated the signing of the 200th certificate with the validation of the Promail II (Simply Postage III).
Randy Hoff, PE, CEM, CMVP — Chief Executive Officer
Achai Broner, CMVP, will provide a thorough grounding in key energy measurement concepts and the impact of baselines on efficiency project analysis and evaluation.
The queue for products awaiting government review falls in the Review Pending phase, which marks the point when a validation laboratory has completed testing of the product and has submitted their final report to the CMVP.
The five CMVP laboratories test cryptographic modules to the requirements of Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-1, Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules.
Securing FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation means that Apricorn's Aegis Secure Key has passed rigorous testing conforming to CAVP (Cryptographic Algorithm Validation Program) and the CMVP (Cryptographic Module Validation Program) by a certified third-party laboratory.
The successful certifications are shown on the NIST CMVP validated products website (certification numbers 1470 and 1492).
Yan Liu, managing director, ATSEC China, said: "The success of ZTE's FIPS CAVP validation indicates the high assurance of the algorithm implementations on these products and ATSEC will continue to work with ZTE on FIPS CMVP testing and validation.
Pragma FortressSSH is the only secure shell server and client available today that holds its own FIPS 140-2 certificate (Certificate # 1500) for Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008/R2 as issued by NIST's CMVP (Cryptographic Module Validation Program) ensuring data security encryption compliance.
The CMVPs act as farmers, nurturing the accounts, while market sector VPs (MSVPs) are the "hunters," working closely with customer managers to refine service and support needs and define market opportunities.