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    BlackBerry 10 FIPS zertifiziert!



    Guten Community,

    Blackberry 10 hat noch vor seinem offiziellen Start die FIPS Zertifzierung (FIPS 140-2) erhalten.

    Somit ist RIM mehr oder weniger in die Geschichte eingegangen, es gab noch nie eine Zertifizierung vor einem Produktstart.
    Woran sich andere Hersteller die Zähne ausbeissen, scheint für RIM reine Routine geworden zu sein.

    Damit untermauert RIM seinen hohen Sicherheitsstandart gegenüber Regierungsorganisationen und Unternehmen und hat schon vor dem Produktstart einen wichtigen Schritt im B2B Bereich gemacht.

    Die offizielle Pressemitteulung von RIM:

    WATERLOO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – November 08, 2012) – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM)(TSX: RIM) today announced that the BlackBerry® 10 platform is now FIPS 140-2 certified. The certification will enable government agencies to deploy BlackBerry® 10 smartphones and BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10, RIM’s new mobile enterprise management solution, from the day of launch. This is the first time BlackBerry products have been FIPS certified ahead of launch.
    FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) certification provides confidence to security-conscious organizations, including U.S. and Canadian government agencies, companies in regulated industries and other organizations dealing with sensitive information, that data stored on smartphones running BlackBerry 10 can be properly secured and encrypted.
    “Achieving FIPS 140-2 certification means that BlackBerry 10 is ready to meet the strict security requirements of government agencies and enterprises at launch,” said Michael K. Brown, Vice President, Security Product Management and Research at RIM. “What differentiates BlackBerry is that it integrates end-to-end security, and includes certified encryption algorithms for data at rest and data in transit. No other mobile solution has achieved the level of security accreditation that the BlackBerry solution has.”
    FIPS 140 is issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to coordinate the requirements and standards for certifying cryptographic modules. The standard was developed through the Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP), which certifies products for use by U.S. government agencies and regulated industries that collect, store, transfer, share and disseminate sensitive information. Product certifications under the CMVP are performed in accordance with the requirements of FIPS 140-2. It is supported by the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) for the Canadian government.
    “IDC expects the mobile enterprise security market to experience a high rate of growth from 2012 to 2016,” said Stacy Crook, Program Manager for Mobile Enterprise research at IDC. “Maintaining the BlackBerry solution’s reputation for security while introducing an enhanced user experience gives BlackBerry 10 the opportunity to be a highly competitive platform in the government, enterprise and consumer sectors.”
    BlackBerry products and solutions are protected by best-in-class AES 256-bit encryption, a highly secure, internationally recognized data protection standard. In addition to FIPS certifications, BlackBerry products have continuously passed rigorous security assessments from a variety of other independent organizations around the world. The BlackBerry® Enterprise Solution is the first mobile platform to achieve Common Criteria Certification, a standard recognized by 26 countries, as well as the first to receive approval through the CESG Assisted Product Scheme (CAPS), the National Technical Authority for Information Assurance in the United Kingdom. BlackBerry® 7 smartphones meet Common Criteria security assurance level EAL 4+. The BlackBerry® PlayBook™ is the first FIPS certified tablet for deployment within U.S. federal government agencies and certified for use by the Defence Signals Directorate of the Australian Government.
    “Achieving FIPS certification for an entirely new platform in a very short period of time, and before launch, is quite remarkable and a testament to the dedication of our security team,” said David MacFarlane, Director, Security Certifications at RIM. “BlackBerry 10 will deliver security, a superior user experience, the ability to separately manage corporate and personal data on the same device, and ease of manageability for IT managers in an enterprise or government environment.”

    In diesem Sinne "Safety First"

    Dicken Gruß

    Dan

    Quelle: N4BB

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    Sehr wichtig das man RIM auch hier wieder einen hohen Sicherheitsstandard bescheinigt

    Grundvoraussetzung fürs Pentagon
    Gruß Dirk.
    Folge mir auf Twitter




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    Vielleicht bekommt der Herr "Yes we can do it a second time" dann auch endlich einmal ein neues Device



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