NAPS will verify that a network attached peripheral will not introduce vulnerabilities to the network where it is installed, and is not vulnerable to exploitation itself, while still providing its intended services to users.
As an Accredited Test Lab and Office of the National Coordinator Authorized Certification Body (ONC-ACB), ICSA Labs is authorized by the US government to test and certify Health Information Technology products that support Meaningful Use.
A firewall is a single point between two or more networks where all traffic must pass (choke point); traffic can be controlled by and may be authenticated through the device, and all traffic is logged.
Enterprises need to know that their custom mobile apps safeguard sensitive customer and proprietary data while being safe to use. ICSA Labs provides this reassurance to enterprises through its mobile app testing program.
Secure Socket Layer - Transport Layer Security (SSL-TLS) technology is an important component of a comprehensive enterprise security strategy. SSL-TLS is a widely used protocol for secure network communications.
To help companies mitigate risks associated with an increasingly connected world, ICSA Labs is rolling out a new security testing program to provide assurance testing for Internet of Things (IoT) devices and sensors.
ICSA Labs has officially launched the ONC Heath IT Certification Program for the 2015 Edition criteria. Interested in learning more about the 2015 Edition program requirements? Contact us for more information.
Not quite ready? Consider purchasing our 2015 Edition Prep Packet. The prep packet provides you with access to the critical documents you need to prepare for 2015 Edition certification testing, without having to sign a larger contract until you’re ready. To find out more, please contact us.
Huawei today announced that its next-generation firewall (NGFW) solutions - Unified Security Gateway (USG) series and Eudemon series - have received IPSec 2.2 Enhanced Certification and SSL-TLS VPN 4.0 Certification from ICSA Labs. Obtaining this certification provides carriers and enterprises with further assurance that Huawei NGFW solutions deliver advanced security to protect against cyber threats that target networks, applications and data.
CNI Advantage, LLC (CNIADV), HIMSS, and ICSA Labs announce today, during the 2016 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas, a collaborative effort to publish, disseminate and advance implementation of immunization–related software capabilities to improve better outcomes, reductions in healthcare costs, and higher levels of productivity.
SA Ignite today announced that its Quality Reporting Document Architecture (QRDA) Assistant software version 1.0 has achieved ONC HIT 2014 Edition Modular EHR certification. This certification designates that the software is capable of supporting eligible providers with meeting the Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use measures required to qualify for funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
(ISC)2 Birds of a Feather Sessions led by ICSA Labs: -Performance Testing | #2432 -Advanced Threats & Malware: Both are Bad | #3432 -Can Anyone Secure the Internet of Things? | #4433 -Core Program Evolution | #4431
ICSA Labs' EIST awards recognize vendors for outstanding achievement in the area of information security certification testing with ICSA Labs. The award is based on a company achieving five, ten, fifteen or twenty years of continuous testing with ICSA Labs. Visit the EIST Awards page for more information.
On March 24, 2016, experts from ICSA Labs, an ONC-Authorized Certification Body and Accredited Test Lab, provided education on the certification testing requirements for some of the new 2015 Edition criteria. In this webinar, the System Design (g)(3)-(5) and Application Access Criteria (g)(7)-(9) were discussed.
Jack Walsh, new initiatives & mobility programs manager at ICSA Labs discusses the latest rounds of Advanced Threat Defense (ATD) certification testing, and the security products being created to help protect end users against previously unknown threats.