Century Longmai technology mToken cryptographic modules eligible for FIPS 140-2 Level3 high level security certification
April 2016, Beijing – Global leading security solution provider Century Longmai technology’s mToken authentication product “CryptoID” has successfully passed FIPS 140-2 Cryptographic Module Certification tests and gained FIPS 140-2 Level3 certification. (certificate number: # 2626). FIPS 140-2 certification Cryptographic Module Certification System (CMVP) is organized and operated by National Institute of Standards and Technology Committee (NIST) and Canadian Communications Security Bureau (CSE). maintained by
mToken CryptoID cryptographic module which gainedFIPS 140-2 Level3 safety certification contains below algorithms and their certificate numbers, approved by NIST.
DES (Cert. #1994); AES (Cert. #3582);SHS (Cert. #2944); DRBG (Cert. #921);
ECDSA (Cert. #728); RSA (Cert. #1843); HMAC (Cert. #2282); KAS (Cert. #70); CVL (Cert. #610);
mToken authentication product CryptoID is one of the first global security products which achieves RSA and ECDSA cryptographic algorithms based on elliptic curve technology. What’s more, Longmai is the first Chinese company which gained the certificate of KAS algorithm all over the world.
In this way, what Longmai mToken CryptoID offers is not only flexibility over user applications, but also security foundation of possible information security application system algorithms migration from RSA to ECC.
”Mr. Allen Liang, COO of Century Longmai Technology, says: “Longmai is always trying its best to make innovation and improvement over its security authentication products, and this time we make it to mToken CryptoID’s security, compatibility and performance features. Longmai gained FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certificate at a shorter time comparing with all the Chinese competitors, we take this as a proof of Longmai’s professional working attitude, strong technical background as well as a foundation of future international business development. Longmai will continually offer high level technical and solution service to all its customers and partners, and it’s our duty to work on and provide more advanced solutions.”
About FIPS 140-2:
Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 (FIPS 140-2: Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2) describes a sensitive US and Canadian federal government but demand the use of non-classified information technology product applications. FIPS 140-2 by the American Research Committee on Standards and Technology (NIST: National Institute of Standards and Technology) and the Canadian Communications Security Bureau (CSE: Communication Security Establishment of Canada) maintained by Cryptographic Module Validation (CMVP : Cryptographic Module Validation Program )release. For the United States and Canada, the federal government uses encryption products, the standard compliance is mandatory. Meanwhile FIPS140-2 certification also worldwide was widely recognized, particularly in Europe and Asia. For more FIPS140-2 standard information, please visit www.nist.gov.