FIPS 140-2 in a Nutshell

  The US Federal Government requires that its agencies protect sensitive, but unclassified information using cryptographic modules that have been validated to Federal Information Processing (FIPS) Standard 140-2 “Security Requirements for Cryptographic Modules.”  This standard replaced its predecessor, FIPS 140-1.  In this context, the term “validated” means tested by accredited … Continue reading

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