Pages tagged 'ccra'
Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (PDF)
The Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) is an international agreement between CC certificate-producing and certificate-consuming nations to recognise CC certifications for Evaluation Assurance Levels (EAL) 1 through 2. Download: Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (PDF) More …
ICT product security evaluations
We undertake formal independent assessment of ICT security products (both hardware and software) to make sure they meet our standards. What our evaluations provide Our Evaluated Products List (EPL) provides a list of ICT products that we have assessed so you can be confident will perform the way the …
How can I get my ICT product AISEP-certified and listed on the EPL?
If you are an Australian or New Zealand government agency that wishes to use a security product that is not on the EPL, you can recommend that product for evaluation in accordance with the recommendation process.
How do I know if a product is being evaluated for the EPL?
All products that have started evaluation under AISEP will be listed on the EPL with the current status of the evaluation and an expected completion date. If a product you are seeking does not appear on the EPL, check if it published on the CC Portal’s certified product list. To check if the …
What is the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) and mutual recognition?
The CCRA is an international agreement between CC certificate-producing and certificate-consuming nations to recognise CC certifications for Evaluation Assurance Levels (EAL) 1 through 2. Through AISEP, Australia and New Zealand are joint certificate-producing members of the CCRA. …
What is the EPL and where can I find it?
The Evaluated Products List (EPL) serves two purposes: It fulfils the AISEP’s requirement of the CCRA to publish a list of AISEP-certified products It provides a comprehensive list of ACSC-evaluated ICT security products that meet the needs of Australian and New Zealand government agencies in …
What is the historical EPL and where can I find it?
The historical EPL contains certified products that were previously listed on the EPL. These products were removed from the EPL for one or more of the following reasons: the evaluated product and/or version is no longer available in the original evaluated form the evaluated product is no longer …
Why doesnt the EPL publish all mutually-recognised CC evaluations?
Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) participating nations do not duplicate the publication of mutually-recognised certified products on each of their certified products lists (for the AISEP, this is the EPL). In accordance with the CCRA, certificates published on the CC Portal that are …