is an affiliate of the National Security Agency (NSA), the US federal security accreditation body that administers the globally recognized Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS) to evaluate security conformance with the Common Criteria international standard (www.
The evaluation issue resolution cycle continues until all issues are resolved and the final set of results is submitted to the NIAP
responded by updating the protection profile to specify that the administrator need not be locked out after unsuccessful log-in attempts.
The validation report and the certificate will be available on the NIAP
web site and also on the Common Criteria portal:
validated products will be recognized in 25 other countries participating with the United States in the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement.
CCEVS maintains a "Validated Products List" and a separate list of products that are "In Evaluation".
The evaluation results produced by these CCTLs and validated by the NIAP
CCEVS Validation Body will be recognized by 12 other countries currently participating with the United States in the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement signed during the 1st International Common Criteria Conference earlier this year.
CygnaCom Solutions' Common Criteria Testing Laboratory (CCTL) is accredited by National Voluntary Laboratory Assessment Program (NVLAP) and approved by NIAP
to conduct security evaluations.
Read the Validation Report and see the Security Target for LANDesk Management Suite on the NIAP
Web site: http://niap.
MarkLogic Server is now officially validated as able to support six top CCEVS categorized security functions identified by the NIAP
as: Security Audit, User Data Protection, Identification and Authentication, Security Management, Protection of the TSF Data, and TOE Access.
The 3eTI AirGuard 3e-010F-C-2 and 3e-010F-A-2 secure client software and 3e-525A-3 Wireless Access Point are covered by NIAP
reports CCEVS-VR-06-0044 and CCEVS-VR-06-0045 respectively.
Upon certification completion to Common Criteria EAL4+, Wind River Linux Secure is expected to be the first commercial embedded Linux operating system accepted by NIAP
, enabling Linux to be deployed securely on hardware from multiple vendors, including Freescale, Intel, and Texas Instruments Incorporated.