Riscure, together with Fox-IT, has successfully executed its first Common Criteria (CC) certification administered by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA).Together with the Riscure team operating from Europe, Fox-IT’s data diode product FFHDD3 is now certified with the Singapore Common Criteria Scheme. This project has proven once again that a CC certification process can be efficient regardless of location, and Riscure is here to assure a smooth evaluation workflow.
This recognition is a valuable addition to the successful track record of Fox-IT certificates for FFHDD3 data diode products, enabled by Riscure security evaluations, which also includes the highest possible evaluation assurance level (EAL 7+).
We are very pleased with the long-standing collaboration between Riscure and Fox-IT as it ensures minimal overhead on the developer’s side for documentation and testing related activities in any subsequent product evaluation. The effects of joint activities have also resulted in a very efficient run-through time for any subsequent certification program jointly executed.
“Bearing in mind that we had to overcome several external challenges, it is very satisfying that we were able to live up to the ambitious timeline we agreed on. This was also largely thanks to the clear evaluation process drawn up by Riscure. Needless to say, we are very excited about the fact that we can now offer the FFHDD3 DataDiode certified in Singapore”- said Jan Benedictus, Product manager DataDiode, Fox-IT.
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