Brightsight is the first lab in the world that accomplished an eIDAS SAM CC Certification to the new eIDAS protection profile 419 241-2

published on November 28, 2019

Delft, November 2019: After our first ever eIDAS HSM Common Criteria Certification in 2018, Brightsight is now the first lab that accomplished an eIDAS SAM Common Criteria Certification to the new eIDAS protection profile 419 241-2 for remote Qualified Electronic Signatures. The evaluation was performed for e-signature solution Cryptomathic Signer, that is now recognized as providing the highest possible level of security.

With this outcome Trusted Service Providers, Governments and Industry can become full eIDAS compliant and are able to offer services of eIDAS certified Qualified Signature Creation Devices (QSCDs). In combination with an eIDAS Common Criteria certified HSM, they can provide the Root of Trust (RoT) to different kind of industries, such as financial services, payment, automotive, cloud services, IoT and the public sector. 

Click here for the Common Criteria Certification that was issued on the 19th of November 2019. 


Brightsight is the largest independent security evaluation lab in the world, with over 35 years of experience in evaluating security products against a variety of requirements. Brightsight has the largest evaluation capacity to complete more than 350 security evaluations per year from over 100 world-wide customers.

The results of our evaluations are recognized by most important international schemes such as Discover, EMVco, MasterCard, PCI-SSC and Visa. Brightsight is the only lab in the world that works with fourteen Common Criteria Schemes

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