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Tutus products are developed according to a strict and structured procedure, which is well documented. This enables our products to be evaluated by a third party and to reach the highest levels of assurance.

Below is a list of official approvals and certifications given to Tutus products. 

 

EU Classified Information

EU Classified Information

The European Council and the European Commission approves a crypto product for the protection of EU classified data if and only if it is:

1) Nationally approved by a member state and
2) Second-party evaluated by an appropriately qualified authority (AQUA).

 

The following Tutus products are officially approved by EU

 

The following Tutus products has passed a second-party evaluation and awaits officall approval

  • Tutus Färist VPN (PGAI)
  • Tutus Färist Micro (PGAI Micro)

 

Note: All nationally approved crypto products are also approved for RESTREINT UE / EU RESTRICTED in Swedish systems (see below).

National Security

National Security

www.mil.se

The Swedish Armed Forces are responsible for approving crypto products for the protection of classified information in Sweden, and for approving IT-security products within the Swedish defence.

The Färist VPN was the first product based on a standard hardware platform to be approved as a crypto protecting classified information.

The Swedish Armed Forces have issued the following approvals to Tutus:

Färist VPN 3.1.6-R (PGAI)
Crypto approved for classified information HEMLIG / RESTRICTED, RESTREINT UE and NATO RESTRICTED in Swedish systems.

Färist VPN 3.0.5-R (PGAI)
Crypto approved for classified information HEMLIG / RESTRICTED, RESTREINT UE and NATO RESTRICTED in Swedish systems.

FäristMicro 1.1.5-R (PGAI) 
Crypto approved for classified information HEMLIG / RESTRICTED, RESTREINT UE and NATO RESTRICTED in Swedish systems.

Filkrypto 1.0.5 (PGBI)
Crypto approved for classified information HEMLIG / RESTRICTED, RESTREINT UE and NATO RESTRICTED in Swedish systems.

Filkrypto 1.0.4 (PGBI)
Crypto approved for classified information HEMLIG / RESTRICTED, RESTREINT UE and NATO RESTRICTED in Swedish systems.

Munin 2.2.2

Approved for use in Top Secret classified networks in the Swedish defence.

LNP 
Approved Local key production systems (LNPS) for SG R-keys

Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik -BSI

Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik -BSI

www.bsi.bund.de

Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI) operates the German Evaluation and Certification Scheme. BSI is a member of CCRA and their certificates are accepted in 24 countries.

In 2002 Tutus Färist was the first Swedish product to be evaluated and certified by BSI according to the standard Common Criteria.

BSI has issued the following certificates to Tutus:

Tutus Färist 2.0.2-C
[Certificate]

The Swedish Certification Body for IT Security -CSEC

The Swedish Certification Body for IT Security -CSEC

www.csec.se

CSEC is the Swedish certification body for IT-security and is responsible for the establishment, operation, and administration of a system for evaluating and certifying IT-security products and systems according to the standard ISO/IEC IS 15408 (also known as Common Criteria).

CSEC is a member of CCRA. CSEC certificates are accepted in 24 countries. 

In 2006 Tutus Färist was the first product ever to be certified by CSEC.

CSEC has issued the following certificates to Tutus:

Tutus Färist 2.5.2 and 2.5.2-R EAL4+
[EA-MLA Certificate] [CCRA-Certificate] [Security Target] [Certification Report]

Tutus Filkrypto 1.0.2 EAL3
[EA-MLA Certificate] [CCRA-Certificate] [Security Target] [Certification Report]

Tutus Filkrypto 1.0.3 EAL3
[Maintenance report

Tutus LNP 1.0.4 EAL4+
[Certificate

Crypto for sensitive information

Crypto for sensitive information

www.mil.se

The Swedish Armed Forces are responsible for approving crypto products for protecting sensitive information. The Swedish Contingency Agency is responsible for the governance of KSU (Krypto för Skyddsvärda Uppgifter) systems in the Swedish civil government. In 2007, Tutus Filkrypto was the first product ever to be approved for KSU.

The Swedish Armed Forces have issued the following KSU approvals:

Tutus Filkrypto 1.0.5 (KGAI)

Tutus Filkrypto 1.0.4 (KGAI)