Common Criteria
Common Criteria is a set of established criteria for evaluating and certifying the information security of IT products and information systems. It is currently recognized in 25 countries. Security evaluations based on Common Criteria look at the security performance and reliability (quality assurance) of the target system. The depth and breadth of the evaluation is indicated by its "Evaluation Assurance Level" (see below).
 Evaluation Assurance Level 2
Under Common Criteria, there are seven Evaluation Assurance Levels in increasing order of stringency. A higher Evaluation Assurance Level means that the security assurance for the Target Of Evaluation (TOE) has been tested over a broader scope, although it does not necessarily indicate a higher level of security. The Evaluation Assurance Level 2 score earned by PalmSecure indicates that it is structurally tested.
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Date: 04 February, 2009
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