PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Voltage Security Inc. (www.voltage.com), a global leader in enterprise data protection, today announced it has been awarded Common Criteria (CC) Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 2 for the complete Voltage SecureMail suite. Comprehensive certification covers the Voltage SecureMail Gateway, Voltage Key Management Server, Voltage Zero Download Messenger, and the Voltage SecureMail Client. This in-depth testing provides official recognition of premier quality, secure and sound processes, robust auditing and logging, and security assurance for all development, quality assurance (QA) and delivery processes. The Voltage SecureMail suite has been deployed by many of the largest organizations in the world organizations that require the highest level of protection for their confidential or sensitive information.
The achievement of this internationally-recognized standard clearly highlights Voltages ability to deliver innovation combined with the highest levels of robustness to both government and commercial sectors, said Wasim Ahmad, vice president of Marketing, Voltage Security. With Fortune 500 companies looking to the Common Criteria standard to help identify the most secure scalable solutions, Voltage SecureMail is well positioned to provide the best email encryption solution to serve their business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) communication needs.
"We conducted comprehensive security testing on the Voltage SecureMail suite and found it meets the EAL 2 Common Criteria requirements," explained Stephen Wilson, Common Criteria business manager, InfoGard Laboratories. "Common Criteria certification represents a tremendous achievement on behalf of Voltage Security. Their commitment to providing enterprise security products that have undergone rigorous security assurance analysis adds significant value to customers who can focus on the benefits of Voltage Security inside their unique environments instead of basic security testing.