Important News:CryptoComply FIPS 140-3 Early Access Program is now open. Learn more!
CryptoComply is a Family of Standards-Based, FIPS 140 Validated, 'Drop-In Compatible' Cryptographic Modules
- Designed for use in servers, the Cloud, and mobile devices, CryptoComply delivers core cryptographic functions and features robust algorithm support
CryptoComply offloads secure key management, data integrity, data at rest encryption, and secure communications to a trusted, FIPS validated cryptography software and FIPS certified cryptographic module implementation
CryptoComply validations support a wide variety of operating system platforms
CryptoComply Supports a Broad Range of Platform Types, Operating Systems, Languages, and Open Source Modules Including ...
Dell BSAFE Crypto-J
Only CryptoComply Delivers These Capabilities and Benefits to Companies Entering Markets Requiring FIPS 140 Validation
Open Source Compatibility Speeds Implementation
CryptoComply modules are drop-in replacements for the low-level cryptographic libraries underlying TLS/SSL functions. CryptoComply is now available as a direct, drop-in replacement for OpenSSL, JCE (Java Cryptographic Extension) providers such as Bouncy Castle, SunJCE, and RSA BSAFE Crypto-J.
Single Code Library Eliminates Wasted Effort
Validations on a per-product basis waste time, money, and effort. CryptoComply delivers a single code library to support cross-operating system platforms. Save valuable resources by incorporating CryptoComply into multiple products or multiple product lines while maintaining your FIPS 140 certification.
OpenSSL 3 and TLS 1.3 with FIPS Validated Encryption
Technology vendors using OpenSSL and TLS while requiring FIPS 140 validated cryptography want to be using the latest and most secure versions of OpenSSL and TLS. CryptoComply OpenSSL 3 FIPS Provider supports both OpenSSL 3 APIs and TLS 1.3 with a FIPS-validated encryption module.
RapidCert Expedites Validation of Your CryptoComply Solution
FIPS 140 validations can take over two years. But with CryptoComply and SafeLogic's RapidCert expedited validation program, you can receive a NIST FIPS certification in your company's name in as little as two months.
SafeLogic's MaintainCert Service Keeps Your Certification in Active Status
With FIPS 140 validations, any changes to a traditional module, additional platform support, or discovered vulnerabilities in the module code could force a revalidation. With MaintainCert, SafeLogic performs all the necessary work with NIST and its certification labs to keep your CryptoComply-based certifications in active status over time, thereby avoiding the dreaded 'historical' status.
Red Hat 7 and CentOS 7 Users Make CryptoComply Their New FIPS Strategy
Red Hat has announced "End of Maintenance" for ten-year-old Red Hat 7 and CentOS 7. Five of Red Hat’s seven FIPS certificates for Red Hat 7.7 have gone Historical. Users still on these platforms who were relying on default OS capabilities risk losing government business without FIPS validated cryptography. SafeLogic has helped several companies in this predicament quickly move to CryptoComply and obtain FIPS certificates in their names.
News Flash: The CryptoComply FIPS 140-3 Early Adopter Program is Now Open!
Under this program, SafeLogic customers can download and test the company’s various FIPS 140-3 modules that have successfully completed rigorous testing by a certified laboratory and are currently being reviewed by NIST’s Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP).
SafeLogic is making these pre-validated FIPS 140-3 modules available now because some of its customers may have long development or release cycles and would like early access to the software for integration testing.
If you are a SafeLogic customer and are interested in participating in FIPS 140-3 EAP, please email email@example.com or contact your SafeLogic representative, who will be happy to assist you.
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