STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. 2016-11-03, by Nikolas Georgii
Clavister’s aims at expanding its business with Government and Military organizations where a high level of independent validation is a key requirement.
3 November 2016 - Clavister, a leader in high-performance network security, has announced its intention to expand its business with government and military organizations where there are firm requirements on cyber security solutions being independently-validated according to standards such as Common Criteria (CC) Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 4+.
The CC certification process demonstrates Clavister’s continued commitment to supporting high-level organizational stakeholders with innovative and robust cybersecurity technology that protects critical infrastructure and sensitive data from attacks, breaches and leakage.
The CC evaluations involve formal rigorous analysis and testing of the security capabilities of solutions, to ensure they perform as the manufacturer claims.
John Vestberg, CTO of Clavister, commented, “As an internationally recognized gold standard for security, Common Criteria certification offers Clavister an independent accreditation of our solutions, it absolutely highlights our commitment to continue providing critical infrastructure within governments and military sector – from our African markets to our other operating environments in Europe and Asia – with innovative security solutions free from backdoors.”
The Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluations, also known as ISO standard 15408, was developed by the national security organizations of the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany and The Netherlands. It provides a broad range of evaluation criteria for many types of information security solutions for both commercial and nationally-sensitive government use.
For more information about this press release contact:
Andreas Åsander, Product Marketing Manager
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