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CMVP Approved Authentication Mechanisms: CMVP Validation Authority Requirements for ISO/IEC 19790:2012 Annex E and ISO/IEC 24759:2017

Published

Author(s)

Kim B. Schaffer

Abstract

NIST Special Publication (SP) 800-140E replaces the approved authentication mechanism requirements of ISO/IEC 19790 Annex E. As a validation authority, the Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) may supersede this Annex in its entirety with its own list of approved authentication mechanisms. This document supersedes ISO/IEC 19790 Annex E and ISO/IEC 24759 paragraph 6.17.
Citation
Special Publication (NIST SP) - 800-140E
Report Number
800-140E

Keywords

authentication, Cryptographic Module Validation Program, CMVP, FIPS 140 testing, FIPS 140, ISO/IEC 19790, ISO/IEC 2759, testing requirement, vendor evidence, vendor documentation
Created March 20, 2020, Updated May 24, 2020