Meet our CTO in Munich 2020.04.16
The second meeting of 2020 of ISCI WG1 will be held on the 16th of April in Munich.
Mr Gábor Hornyák (CTO) will represent CCLAB on the second meeting of 2020.
The International Security Certification Initiative will gather the second time this year to review interprtation issues of the national schemes, industry and laboratories.
The third meeting of the workgroup in 2020 will be held by CCLAB in Budapest.
Previous blog entries
ADSS Server SAM successfully complies the eIDAS regulation.
Trident HSM is the second Signature Activation Module we have evaluated which achieved eIDAS conformity.
CCLab has joined the FIDO Alliance.
Being a member of the Ad Hoc Working Group Gábor will represent CCLAB and Hungary on the highest professional level.
Manufacturers have to apply for certification according to the Prüfmethodologie, inspection is to be done by independent laboratories.
CCLAB is one of the leading smart metering specialist Common Criteria labs in the world. Being a global market access service provider CCLAB welcomes the new Protection Profile for Smart Meter Minimum Security requirements. This document forms the basis and gives guidelines on professional common criteria evaluations and conformity procedures which should be followed by all market players.
We realized there has been a race amongst the world’s leading security labs for being the first in this and that. After evaluating 2019 we proudly announce 3 simple facts about ourselves. CCLAB was the first common criteria laboratory in the Central Eastern European region. CCLAB was the first security lab in the world providing successful eIDAS SAM CC Certification to the new eIDAS protection profile 419 241-2 in March 2019. CCLAB was the first security lab in the world that performed a SAM and HSM evaluation for an integrated product, from one vendor only.
600% growth of IoT devices. 127 new IoT device connects online every second “That’s just too much temptation for the dark lords of the dark web to resist” Ransomware 300% growth - $11 billion damage, with attacks every 14 seconds. “Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that in 2019, global damages from ransomware will reach over $11 billion, with attacks occurring every 14 seconds.”
Security and safety is always our first priority, no matter what area of life we are talking about.