The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation is an international standard for computer security certification. Common Criteria focuses on functionality related to product security and management services.
SonicWall appliances conform to IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2 Core test specifications as a router product. USGv6 compliance provides conformance with the specifications in the NIST profile and interoperability with other vendors’ products.
SonicWall appliances conform to IPv6 Ready Logo Phase 2 Core test specifications as a router product. IPv6 readiness provides confidence in environments running IPv6 networks or IPv4 networks being transitioned to the new IPv6 protocol.
The U.S. Trade Agreements Act (TAA) was created, in part, to foster fair international trade with certain designated countries. The U.S. Government is required to obtain products and services that are subject to the Buy American Act and numerous international trade agreements. TAA offers an exception to the Buy American Act by allowing the Government to purchase “foreign end products” only if those products are from designated countries with which the Government has the appropriate trade agreement.