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Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation

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Published by Taylor and Francis in London .
Written in English


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ISBN 109781420031423

The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation is an international standard used to evaluate, assert, and certify the relative security assurance levels of hardware and software products [29]. Although developed outside the federal government, the Department of Defense adopted Common Criteria beginning in as a.   The Components of Common Criteria. Common Criteria has two key components: Protection Profiles and Evaluation Assurance Levels. Protection Profile: This component defines a standard set of security requirements for a specific type of product.. Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL): This component defines how thoroughly a security product is tested.. Evaluation .

Characterizing a computer system as being secure presupposes some criteria, explicit or implicit, against which the system in question is measured or evaluated. Documents such as the National Computer Security Center's (NCSC's) Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC, or Orange Book; U.S. DOD, d) and its Trusted Network. assurance security specifications are contained in its security target. The evaluation has been conducted in accordance with the provisions of the NIAP Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme and the conclusions of the testing laboratory in the evaluation technical report are consistent with the evidence Size: KB.

Common Criteria Part 2 extended Assurance: Commo. n Criteria Part 3 conformant EAL 4 augmented by ALC_FLR The IT Product identified in this certificate has been evaluated at an approved evaluation facility using the. Common Methodology for IT Security Evaluation (CEM), Version extended by Scheme Interpretations for. The Common Criteria work is an international initiative by the following organisations: CSE (Canada), SCSSI (France), BSI (Germany), NLNCSA (Netherlands), CESG (UK), NIST (USA) and NSA (USA). Common Criteria Common Criteria Background General Model Key Concepts Security Functionality Security Assurance Evaluation Assurance Levels Approach to.


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Organized to follow the Common Criteria lifecycle, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation provides examples in each chapter to illustrate how the methodology can be applied in three different scenarios: a COTS product, a system or network, and a services by: Many organizations and government agencies require the use of Common Criteria certified products and systems and use the Common Criteria methodology in their acquisition process.

In fact, in July the U.S. National Information Assurance Acquisition Policy (NSTISSP #11) mandated the use of CC eva. Designed to be used by acquiring organizations, system integrators, manufacturers, and Common Criteria testing/certification labs, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation explains how and why to use the Common Criteria during the acquisition, implementation or evaluation of an IT product, system, network, or services contract.

Organized to adjust to the Common Criteria lifecycle, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation presents examples in each chapter for occasion how the methodology could also be utilized in three completely totally different conditions: a COTS product, a system or network, and a suppliers contract.

The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (abbreviated as Common Criteria or CC) is an international standard for computer security is presently in version revision 5.

What is Common Criteria Certification. Common Criteria is a framework in which computer system users can specify their security functional requirements Author: Katie Moss Jefcoat.

Common Criteria Overview Common Criteria (CC) is the set of internationally and nationally recognized technical standards and configurations that allow for security evaluations of Information Technology (IT) products and technology.

The indiv idual set of common criteria technical standards or configurations developed for a specific product or. Get this from a library. Using the common criteria for IT security evaluation.

[Debra S Herrmann] -- This book "explains how and why to use the 'common criteria' during the acquisition, implementation or evaluation of an IT product, system, network or services contract. The text describes the. The Common Criteria, referred to as “the standard for information security,” represent the culmination of a year saga involving multiple organizations from around the world.

The major events are discussed below and summarized in Exhibit 1. A common misperception is that computer and network security began with the : Debra S.

Herrmann. This chapter explains how to express security requirements through the instrument of a Protection Profile (PP) using the Common Criteria (CC) standardized methodology, syntax, and notation. The required content and format of a PP are discussed section by section. The perspective from which to read and interpret PPs is : Debra S.

Herrmann. now elsewhere. This process was originally based on NSA's "Orange Book", and later in different nations became based on a variety of security criteria.

• Through extensive international cooperation, IT product security evaluation is now increasingly based on ISO International Standard (the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation). Designed to be used by acquiring organizations, system integrators, manufacturers, and Common Criteria testing/certification labs, the Common Criteria (CC) for IT Security Evaluation is a relatively new international standard.

This standard provid. Designed to be used by acquiring organizations, system integrators, manufacturers, and Common Criteria testing/certification labs, the Common Criteria (CC).

follow the Common Criteria lifecycle, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation provides examples in each chapter to illustrate how the methodology can be applied in three different scenarios: a COTS product, a system or network, and a services contract.

The discussion problems at the end of each. Organized to follow the Common Criteria lifecycle, Using the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation provides examples in each chapter to illustrate how the methodology can be applied in three different scenarios: a COTS product, a system or network, and a services contract.

The discussion problems at the end of each chapter ensure the text. Common Criteria is more formally called "Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation." Common Criteria has two key components: Protection Profiles and Evaluation Assurance Levels.

A Protection Profile (PPro) defines a standard set of security requirements for a specific type of product, such as a firewall. This version of the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (CC v) contains all final interpretations, editorial changes, and agreed new material since the publication of CC v, in alignment with International Standard ISO/IEC CC version consists of the following parts.

all are signatories to the Common Criteria Recognition Ar-rangement. This ensures that certificates of products evalu-ated using the Common Criteria are mutually recognized as meeting the standard.

These certificates are recognized by all 26 nations, while 16 nations are certificate-producing Common Criteria IT Security Evaluation. EVOLUTION OF SECURITY CRITERIA The Common Criteria is a joint effort between North America and several European countries to develop a single set of internationally recognized security evaluation criteria.

Orange Book ITSEC CC UK Germany France CTCPEC MSFR Federal Criteria ISOFile Size: KB. requires that terminals are evaluated for security using Common Criteria (CC), the ISO-standardized, card-scheme-independent, government-sponsored methodology for IT Security Evaluation.

Security evaluations are performed by laboratories that are government-accredited for the type of product being assessed. Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) is a United States Government Department of Defense (DoD) standard that sets basic requirements for assessing the effectiveness of computer security controls built into a computer TCSEC was used to evaluate, classify, and select computer systems being considered for the processing, storage.

The paper deals with the Common Criteria assurance methodology, particularly with the IT security evaluation process specified by the Common Criteria Evaluation Methodology (CEM). To better organize this very complex evaluation process the ontological approach is Cited by: 4.Since the Common Criteria is multinational, then that means worldwide use of a certified product should equal more safety, more security for the customers using the product.

This doesn't mean that because you have the software incorrectly configured that it's the vendor's problem - Author: Robert J. Shimonski.Which Common Criteria audience would use the security assurance requirements as mandatory statements for determining the assurance of Target of Evaluations (TOEs)?

Evaluators In the Common Criteria hierarchy, which level defines the laws and organizational security policies?