SecurID® Certifications and Compliance

Earning your trust

SecurID is certified to comply with industry standards and regulations governing product security, reliability and availability. We share these certifications as part of our commitment to earning customer trust by delivering proven performance.

Certifications and compliance

SOC2 Type 2

SOC2 Type 2

SecurID meets AICPA SOC guidelines requiring CPA issuance of a SOC 2 Type 2 report on controls relevant to security, availability and confidentiality. Status not applicable to FedRAMP environments.

CSA STAR

CSA STAR

SecurID cloud services have been listed in the Cloud Security Alliance STAR registry since 2017.

See current status

FIPS140-2 compliance

FIPS140-2 compliance

SecurID uses FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic modules for managing data at rest and in motion across mobile apps, cloud and on-premises.

Link to certificates

FedRAMP

FedRAMP

SecurID has achieved FedRAMP in-process status, making it available for US government agencies and Federal System Integrators to take their journey to the cloud.

Find out more

ISO9001:2015

ISO9001:2015

The quality management system is certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard in the fulfillment of SecurID authentication tokens.

See the certificate

FCC Rules & Regulations for Title 47

FCC Rules & Regulations for Title 47

SecurID hardware tokens meet FCC guidelines for radiated and conducted emissions in Title 47, part 15 of the CFR.

See test description

CE Marking

CE Marking

SecurID hardware tokens meet EU guidelines conforming to directives 93/68/EC: 2004/108/EC: 2006/95/EC: on specifications EN550022 Class A, EN61000-4-2:2008, EN6100-4-3:2006 Class A and RoHS2: EN 50581:2012.

See EU Declaration

See EC Declaration

Specifications and standards

GDPR, CCPA

SecurID provides information about the position of SecurID Access on some of the applicable aspects described in GDPR and CCPA related to the processing of personal data.

See privacy considerations

VPAT

Product accessibility information is provided in the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT), which is intended to help contracting officials assess availability of features that support accessibility.

See AM 8.5 VPAT

MIL-STD 810F

Ruggedized testing of SecurID hardware tokens for structural integrity has been conducted in accordance with MIL-STD 810F guidelines.

See test description

ISO 13491-1, ISO DIS 13491-2

SecurID hardware tokens comply with ISO 13491-1 and ISO DIS 13491-2 (A2.1.2; A1, A2, A4) standards for being tamper-evident.

See test description

Method RS101, MIL-STD-461E

SecurID hardware tokens tested for radiated susceptibility comply with test method RS101, MIL-STD-461E.

See test description

UL 913-6th edition (US)

SecurID hardware tokens are designed and tested to the UL 913 standard for safety for use in hazardous locations.

See test description

CSA-C22.2 No. 157-92

SecurID hardware tokens are designed and tested to CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 157-92 standard for safety for use in hazardous locations.

See test description