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CCLab was chosen to be the information security laboratory for this project in 2016. These evaluation processes were very complex challenges for both the Common Criteria laboratory and the developer team. Through professional cooperation between the parties, ID&Trust Identity Applet Suite v3.4 on NXP® Semiconductors’ JCOP 4 P71 successfully gained 4 Common Criteria (EAL4+) security certificates on 28th October, 2020 according to 4 different Protection Profiles.
NXP brought many lessons and pleasant moments during the past 4 years. CCLab was flexible and well-organized throughout the work, thanks to which the client's development team also received the necessary support for successful evaluation projects for the following 4 configurations of the product:
“It was a well-managed project which achieved success in an effortless manner. “– Mr. Jaime Chica, Product Manager at NXP Semiconductors pointed out summarizing the common work.
„I have to say thanks to everyone for the successful evaluation processes. It was a great challenge and we are ever happy that NXP chose us for this project. It was fun to work with NXP, and also with OCSI, who were the best of all, even while the responsible representative handed over the project to a new colleague during the work.” – said Mr. Gábor Hornyák, CCLab CTO.
It was another time when CCLab has proven its expertise on the security evaluation field of smart card applets. Both parties highlighted the helpful and solution-oriented attitude at the end of the collaboration.
Congratulations to the NXP and ID&Trust teams on successful product certification and we also look forward to working together more.
ID&Trust is a global expert in digital identity verification technologies. Founded in 2002, ID&Trust has worked on pioneering projects, both local and international, for private and public organizations. We have developed electronic passports with ICAO PKD in Japan, health cards for 20 million people in Romania and a multifunctional card solution for eIDAS-compliant, new-generation electronic ID cards in Hungary.
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