Common Criteria certification is an important government requirement to ensure that the product’s security aspects meet the specific security demands of government customers around the world. HP, along with partners Red Hat and Intel, worked in cooperative partnership to maintain compliance on HP Linux platforms with the internationally recognized Common Criteria standard.
HP has made great strides in supporting Common Criteria certification on a broad range of HP server and desktop products including:
- HP Integrity product line (Superdome, RX, CX)
- HP ProLiant ML product line
- HP ProLiant BL product line
- HP ProLiant DL product line
- HP Workstation XW product line
- HP Compaq DC product line (desktop and notebook)
Refer to the Red Hat or Novell SUSE security targets below for detailed information on supported HP product architectures and HP’s Linux support matrices for current Linux support information on HP products. Contact your local sales representative for a detailed discussion on HP’s Linux supported server products.
HP has demonstrated its commitment to the government security community by completing three consecutive certifications with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as well as one recent certification with Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
HP has selected atsec information security as our evaluation lab. HP has worked successfully with atsec in completing all our previous Common Criteria certifications for HP systems with Linux.