Cisco WLAN makes secure

GCN Tech brief

Cisco Systems Inc. (www.cisco.com) of San Jose, Calif., recently earned the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 level 2 validation for its Unified Wireless LAN Controllers and Access Points. The company said its WLAN platform was also in evaluation under the National Information Assurance Partnership Common Criteria program for the new WLAN Access System Protection Profile for Basic Robustness. The new protection profile is meant to identify products that comply with the Defense Department's Directive 8100.2 wireless policy.

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