SafeNet Assured Technologies Luna Hardware Security Modules for Government Receive FIPS 140-2 Validation
Validation Signifies that HSMs for Government Meet NIST’s Highest Level of Security Standards
April 11, 2016, Abingdon, MD: SafeNet Assured Technologies, LLC, a U.S. based provider of government high assurance data security solutions, today announced that its Luna Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) for Government have received Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 validation from the National Institution of Standards and Technology (NIST). Luna HSMs for Government are manufactured, sold, and supported in the U.S. exclusively by SafeNet Assured Technologies.
Luna HSMs for Government are dedicated cryptographic processors that securely manage, process, and store cryptographic keys inside a hardened, tamper resistant device. Because HSMs serve as a trust anchor within an organization’s cryptographic infrastructure, it is critical that they meet the highest level of security standards set forth by the U.S. Federal Government. FIPS 140-2 validation signifies that SafeNet Assured Technologies’ Luna HSMs for Government comply with these stringent standards.
The following Luna HSMs for Government have received FIPS 140-2 validation:
The FIPS 140-2 Consolidated Validation Certificates for the Luna HSMs for Government can be found via NIST’s Computer Security Division Computer Security Resource Center’s website.
For more information on the Luna HSMs for Government, visit www.safenetAT.com.
About SafeNet Assured Technologies, LLC.
SafeNet Assured Technologies, LLC protects the U.S. Federal Government’s most sensitive information systems. As a U.S. based company, SafeNet Assured Technologies’ mission is to provide high assurance data security products and technologies to the Federal Government. Defense, intelligence and civilian agencies trust SafeNet Assured Technologies to provide encryption-based identity and authentication solutions, secure sensitive data and networks, and enable assured information sharing. For more information, visit www.safenetAT.com.