Jul 1, 2018 - All electronic information systems emit electromagnetic radiation. In some cases this can reveal information and pose a security risk. Emanation security prevents people discovering information by collecting and analysing this radiation.
Jul 1, 2018 - We analyse products intended to be used by Australian and New Zealand government agencies to determine whether the security architecture and cryptographic algorithms they use have been implemented correctly and are strong enough for the products intended use.
The Evaluated Products List (EPL) is the definitive list of certified information and communications technology (ICT) products for use by Australian and New Zealand government agencies in the protection of government information as required by the Information Security Manual.
The Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement Participants listed below, greatly encouraged by the 'agreement in principle' reached by the CC Management Committee in respect of the updated CCRA, and the associated work of the CC Development Board editing group producing the draft process for the creation of collaborative Protection Profiles, have been considering how best to support the demand for progress on cPPs.
The Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) was established in 1998 for each international partner of the arrangement to recognise a Common Criteria certificate awarded by a certificate-authorising participant. Initially the CCRA comprised Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. It now includes 26 nations. Australia and New Zealand joined the CCRA in 1999.