VeroGuard secures Common Criteria certification


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Thursday, 24 February, 2022

VeroGuard secures Common Criteria certification

Cybersecurity company VeroGuard Systems has become one of just three Australian companies to launch an ISO/IEC Common Criteria certified product.

Certification under the international Common Criteria standard for security certification paves the way for VeroGuard Systems to deploy its platform to defence and other high-security environments that require Common Criteria compliance.

The VeroGuard Platform uses digital identity system architecture designed by wireless EFTPOS pioneer and VeroGuard Systems Chairman and Co-CEO H Daniel Elbaum to provide secure access over open networks to all systems and data.

Elbaum said the platform is the world’s only digital ID platform for open networks that uses hardware security module (HSM) to HSM communications. It uses an HSM known as VeroCard complete with a PIN to remove the need for a traditional password, low-security hardware and software tokens and online identity issues.

“VeroGuard is proud to be an Australian company, providing cutting-edge sovereign technology to the market which is currently dominated by global companies,” Elbaum commented.

“We designed the platform to scale both up and down, making it suitable for all organisations that wish to secure themselves and extend their ecosystem, no matter their size. So a small defence subcontractor can be as secure as a global leader by using our platform. Now the technology has been certified, Kyndryl and VeroGuard look forward to expanding on initial deployments and continuing to successfully engage the Australian market and beyond.”

VeroGuard Systems is partnering with IT integrator Kyndryl to provide government and enterprise customers with access to the platform.

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