Quick Takes: Security hardware passes Common Criteria eval

Chrysalis-ITS' Luna hardware module was certified after passing the ISO 15408 Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4+, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

Chrysalis-ITS Luna hardware certified

Ottawa-based Chrysalis-ITS recently announced that its Luna CA3 product is the only hardware security module in the world to have passed ISO 15408 Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level 4+. The certification shows Chrysalis-ITS' HSM product, Luna CA3, has demonstrated full compliance to standards sanctioned by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The CC distinction allows Chrysalis-ITS customers, including service...

providers, large financial institutions and government agencies, to assure their own stakeholders that all reasonable precautions are being taken to protect sensitive data.

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SnapGear expanding with UK office

Salt Lake City-based SnapGear Inc. recently unveiled plans for expanding in Europe, the Middle East and Africa with the opening of a UK office. In addition to opening the new UK office, SnapGear Inc. has signed contracts with 15 distributors across the region. SnapGear VPN Firewall Appliances are designed to provide Internet security and privacy of communications for small to medium enterprises.

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Trend Micro snares "Service Excellence Award"

Trend Micro has been named a winner in the first "Service Excellence Awards," recognizing companies which have achieved an exceptional level of service that enhances product value and corporate profits through customer satisfaction and retention. Accenture, CommonWealth Magazine and other leading corporate sponsors have organized the Service Excellence Awards to honor outstanding domestic and multinational companies in Taiwan that have achieved outstanding results and demonstrated successful business models based on delivering globally-competitive levels of customer service.

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Sapior addresses internal threat

London-based Sapior Ltd. recently launched Sapior Redbridge DA, a security product that reduces the risk of internal security threats in the business intelligence and data warehousing. As an example, credit card and Social Security numbers are often used as identifiers in the BI/DW environment. While these identifiers are required to link to and analyze a customer's activity, giving access to the identifier itself means giving employees and contractors access to sensitive customer information that they do not need to know.

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