The company's thin client platform meets the security requirements defined by the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation. Common Criteria is an internationally recognized ISO standard (ISO/IEC15408) governments and other organizations use to assess and assure a technology's security and compliancy standards. The company joins a very exclusive list of only 42 other companies worldwide, to achieve this difficult and prestigious certification awarded by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP).
All technology adopted by the US Government for national security systems is required to be Common Criteria certified, to reduce risk in the handling of classified and unclassified information. In addition, highly regulated and security-conscious organizations, such as those found in healthcare, finance and payment industries leverage Common Criteria as a determining factor when deciding what technologies to adopt.
"The Common Criteria certification further validates Hypori's no data-at-rest policy and Defense in Depth Architecture," said Brian Vetter, CTO of Hypori. "With the ever-increasing threat organizations face on their mobile endpoints, organizations can further ensure the secure deployment of any mobile application to any mobile endpoint."
"Hosted in a central, secure data center, VMI solutions can provide mobile users with secure access to enterprise information in a format native to their device, overcoming the user experience issues that arise from providing access through virtualized Windows environments on devices with smaller screens, such as smartphones and tablets." --Dionisio Zumerle, John Girard, Gartner*
*Gartner, Hype Cycle for Enterprise Mobile Security, 2015, Dionisio Zumerle, John Girard, 22 July 2015
At Hypori, we are passionate about mobility. We believe that secure mobility does not have to come at the expense of end user privacy or usability. Founded in 2011, we have built a user-centric solution to address mobility and compliance requirements, especially for regulated industries including healthcare, financial services, public sector and payments. Hypori's seamless virtual mobile experience is activated by a single touch from any mobile device and provides the rich mobile experience users expect while keeping all enterprise data and applications completely off the user's device. Learn how you can realize your mobile initiatives without having to wrap or modify applications at: www.hypori.com.
The National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) is responsible for U.S. implementation of the Common Criteria, including management of the NIAP Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS) validation body. NIAP manages a national program for developing protection profiles, evaluation methodologies, and policies that will ensure achievable, repeatable, and testable requirements. In partnership with NIST, NIAP also approves Common Criteria Testing Laboratories to conduct these security evaluations in private sector operations across the U.S.
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