BlackBerry 6 kernel gets cryptographic seal of approval from U.S. goverment
Today, Research In Motion announced that the cryptographic kernel of its BlackBerry 6 mobile operating system has earned the FIPS 140-2 security certification. FIPS, or Federal Information Processing Standard, is a classification used by the U.S. — and others — to validate the security of a computer system’s cryptographic services. The certification officially green-lights the OS for use by government employees handing “sensitive but unclassified” information. Just another security feather for RIM’s proverbial cap.
BlackBerry 6 kernel gets cryptographic seal of approval from U.S. goverment | BGR | Boy Genius Report
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