We are very pleased to announce that the ASR 1000 family of routers has been evaluated using the Common Methodology for IT Security Evaluation (Version 3.1) for conformance to the Common Criteria for IT Security Evaluation (Version 3.1) and was awarded a Common Criteria Certificate by NIAP (National Information Assurance Partnership). The evaluation assurance level (EAL) for the product is EAL4 augmented with ALC_FLR.2.
The ASR 1000 is functionally compliant with three Protection Profiles:
- Router: U.S. Government Router Protection Profile For Medium Robustness Environments, version 1.1
- VPN: U.S. Government Virtual Private Network (VPN) Boundary Gateway Protection Profile For Medium Robustness Environments, version 1.2
- Firewall: U.S. Government Protection Profile for Traffic Filter Firewall For Medium Robustness Environments, version 1.1
In fact, the ASR 1000 is the only product in the market that is certified as a router, firewall and VPN device!
The following ASR 1000 platforms have been certified:
- ASR 1002-F
- ASR 1002 with ESP5 or ESP10
- ASR 1004 with RP1 or RP2 and ESP10 or ESP20
- ASR 1006 with dual RP1 or RP2 and dual ESP10 or ESP20
For more information about the certification, and for the security target document, validation report and actual certificate, please refer to the NIAP/CCEVS web site at http://www.niap-ccevs.org/st/vid10361.
For further information on Global Government Certifications, please visit here: http://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/government/sec_cert.html
Tags: certifications, Common Criteria, federal, government, pollock
While it’s not a virtual field trip to Alaska, a conversation with John Chambers is anything but dull.
You can see Jennifer Geisler and John Chambers here getting ready for their interview for Cisco LIVE’s Vibe.
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Tags: government, john chambers, public sector
All I can say is WOW! What a way to welcome the Public Sector customers to Cisco LIVE. Dave West hosted a Public Sector Open Session for those customers attending Cisco LIVE. Of over 1000 registered PS customers, we had almost 200 of them show up to hear Dave’s welcome and information from some of Dave’s senior Directors.
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According to a recent article in ARN, economic resurgence following the recent global financial crisis has opened wide the Australian telepresence market. Already a telepresence pioneer in terms of education, the Australian telepresence market is now also taking off in government, banking and financial services, utilities and mining, health care, and professional services, the article said.
The story focused on a study by Frost & Sullivan analysts who looked at trends in the videoconferencing market, which includes telepresence. They found revenues increased by 33 percent in 2010 and predicted the Aussie videoconferencing market would more than triple by 2017.
While we are excited about the increasing economic confidence and concurrent eagerness to adopt telepresence, it’s worth noting that telepresence technology can also act as an austerity measure. Take the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), which recently began installing telepresence in 15 sites around the country. GSA wants to increase telepresence use as a cost-cutting measure, in response to budget cuts, according to Fierce Government IT. The telepresence centers will enable more teleworking and lessen the need for expensive business travel.
The fact that governments, businesses, manufacturers, schools, and health care networks all seek to adopt telepresence technology—some as an upgrade, others as a money-saver—demonstrates the versatility of the technology. Telepresence crosses economic lines, meets multiple needs, and makes communication more efficient and convenient. It’s exciting to be part of the revolution! Do you agree?
Tags: ARN, Australia, Fierce Government, Frost & Sullivan, GSA, TelePresence, videoconferencing