In 2020, Relyum has obtained LINCE security certification, developed by the CCN (Spanish National Cryptologic Center) and based on the Common Criteria Arrangement, for its first switching product.
Since its beginnings, the company has been applying “cybersecurity-by-design” approach in the development of all its products, in order to ensure that the most adequate security solution is applied in each layer of the equipment, from sensor to cloud.
With this certificate, Relyum goes one step further in its commitment with security, by homologating its products through an official entity.
LINCE is an evaluation and certification methodology for ICT security products developed by the Spanish CCN (National Cryptologic Center). It has been developed to be an objective means of assessing and accrediting the ability of an ICT product to handle information securely. This certification provides a guarantee that a product has been evaluated according to a well-defined methodology by a reliable and technically trained third party, offering an additional level of confidence to the customer.
The evaluation is based on the Common Criteria certification, an internationally well-known guarantee that is recognized across the world thanks to the CCRA (Common Criteria Recognition Agreement) and SOGIS agreement (European level) .