HQ: 3880 Kettering Blvd.
Dayton, Ohio 45439
Hours: Mon. - Fri.: 08:00 - 19:00
Companies supplying IT security or related products to governments are increasingly being held to comply with a minimum security baseline. This requires rigorous IT security testing and a formal evaluation to determine if IT products have been correctly developed and whether they’re effective in countering the security problems as claimed.
The Common Criteria for Information Technology (IT) Security Evaluation, also known as the ISO 15408 standard, is the current standard for specifying and evaluating the security features of IT products and networks.
In addition, federal agencies, industry, and the public rely on cryptography for the protection of information and communications used in electronic commerce, critical infrastructure, and other application areas. Cryptographic modules, which contain cryptographic algorithms, are used in products and systems to provide security services such as confidentiality, integrity, and authentication. Adequate testing and validation of the cryptographic module and its underlying cryptographic algorithms against established standards is essential to provide security assurance.
The services we can provide include:
Security Target and Protection Profile development and evaluation
Cryptographic module and algorithm testing
Feasibility Assessment to ensure that your evidence and product are ready for evaluation and testing
Consulting services and evidence development
Assurance Maintenance for updates to certified products
Common Criteria and FIPS training