IPdiva Secure receives the France Cybersecurity Label Systancia’s solution IPdiva Secure receives the France Cybersecurity Label Last January, Systancia was present in the International Cybersecurity Forum which took place in Lille, in the North of France. Our teams then presented to the attendees our solutions for secure remote access to the IT system, Privileged Access Management (PAMPrivileged Access Management. PAM is a technology for managing access and authentication of authorized users, usually information system administrators, to administrative resources or applications. The main objective is to secure the information system by removing unauthorized access to sensitive resources. This protection is based on two main axes: management of the injection and life cycle of passwords used in administered resources and administration applications, the traceability of all the actions carried out when connecting users with a power of nuisance on the information system, in the form of audit or video traces. The users with malicious power concerned by the PAM may be internal users of the information system, such as system administrators or users handling sensitive data, as well as external users such as infomanagers or remote maintenance personnel....), strong authentication and Single Sign-on (SSO) and Identities and Access Management (IAM). During the forum, IPdiva Secure received the label France Cybersecurity. The France Cybersecurity Label is the guarantee for end users that the certified products and services are made in France and possess clear and well-defined functionalities, with a level of quality established by an independent panel. This guarantee is provided by the verification of the label specifications proper observance and the scrutiny of factual elements brought by the solution provider on the quality and performance of its products and services. This guarantee is particularly supported by, when they do exist, prior cybersecurity certifications, qualifications and labelling and by a relevant third-party evaluation. The France Cybersecurity Label is an additional recognition after ANSSIAgence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information. The National Cybersecurity Agency of France (ANSSI) is a French government organisation reporting to the Secretary General for Defence and National Security (SGDSN), who is responsible for advising the Prime Minister in the exercise of his functions in the field of defence and national security. ANSSI is responsible for cybersecurity issues in France. The ANSSI provides its expertise and technical skills to organisations (administrations or companies) with a reinforced mission to the operators of vital importance (OIV), operating in areas of activity that are sensitive for the very integrity of the country and the population (health, regal, economic and technological fields). The scope of the Agency's action concerns the computer population as a whole. In particular, it intervenes in the following areas - monitoring and reacting to any incident relating to cybersecurity, - in the development of products for civil society, - as an information and advisory body, - as a training organisation, - as a reference organisation for the labelling of trusted products and service providers... (the French National Agency for the Security of IT Systems) delivered to the solution both its CSPNCertification de Sécurité de Premier Niveau. The First Level Security Certification (CSPN), awarded by the ANSSI (French National Agency for the Security of Information Systems) aims to certify the robustness of a technological product, based on a conformity analysis and intrusion tests carried out by a CESTI (Centre d'Evaluation de Sécurité des Technologies de l'Information), itself approved by the ANSSI. This certification is delivered for a specific product version. All subsequent versions of the product must therefore be re-certified. CSPN certification applies to several types of cybersecurity products such as "secure storage", "identification, authentication and access control", or "secure communication". To see the complete list, click here. Each year, ANSSI publishes an updated catalogue of certified products.... certification – which guarantees the resistance and the reliability of IPdiva Secure facing the most sophisticated attacks – and its Qualification, which stands for a strong recommendation of use. IPdiva Secure ensures secure remote access to the IT system in a VPNVirtual Private Network. VPN is a technology that simulates a local area network between two trusted networks. In practice this allows two elements (workstations, servers, printers, etc.) to communicate with each other even though they are not physically located in the same computer network. Since communication between these two networks passes through a public network in most cases, VPNs incorporate security mechanisms to ensure that communication between the two networks cannot be intercepted by a third party to ensure confidentiality. This technology is very practical in the context of companies deployed in several locations that need to share computer resources, such as file sharing. For ease of use, this technology has been adopted by IT departments in cases where teleworking is used by considering the remote user's workstation as an extension of the company's computer network even though this workstation is not part of a trusted network.... SSL mode, with no port opening. The company resources are thus safe for all kind of users (homeworkers, roaming users, third party contractors, connections from smartphones and tablets).