ISA Server 2006 and Common Criteria EAL4+ Certification


In case you didn’t notice…


 


ISA Server 2006 Standard and Enterprise Editions are now in the process of being evaluated (in “EPL status”) for a Common Criteria EAL4+ certification – the same level at which ISA Server 2004 is certified. The certification is done by the BSI, a German government agency (formally known as the German Federal Office for Information Security) and is recognized by all countries that accept the Common Criteria, including USA, UK and other countries.


 


Since Common Criteria certification is a long process, EPL status is significant for earlier purchase decisions: It means that the BSI reviewed and approved the detailed scope and content (aka “Security Target”) of the certification, reflecting a high level of confidence that the BSI has in the success of the certification.


 


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Anders Janson


EMEA Technical Lead ISA Server


Microsoft


 


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  3. Anonymous says:

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  5. A. Kunz says:

    Is the German test lab that did the test for ISA Server 2004 and doing the test for ISA Server 2006 a lab that has been approved by NSA or NIST?