It was announced on January 12th by security intelligence company, LogRhythm that it has been granted the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) Common Criteria Certification for its v6.3.4 SIEM platform. With this certification government agencies can now use LogRhythm’s offerings to defend their systems against and respond to increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.
Daniel Wilbricht, Senior Director of federal sales at LogRhythm stated, “Government agencies require highly scalable and extremely efficient solutions to detect, respond to and neutralize cyber threats before they result in a material breach or cyber incident. LogRhythm’s latest Common Criteria certification makes its award-winning security intelligence platform available to all federal agencies to address their security and compliance challenges.”
In addition to the most recent Common Criteria (CC) certification LogRhythm has also earned the FIPS 140-2 certification and a Certificate of Notworthiness (CoN) from the U.S. Army. LogRhythm’s solution gives government agencies the appropriate tools to increase the capability and productivity of their security operations and at the same time continue to adhere to the standards put in place by the military.