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October 22, 2009

SanDisk drive earns FIPS and Common Criteria certification

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by Jan Harris

SanDisk Corporation’s Cruzer Enterprise FIPS edition secure USB flash drive is the first FIPS 140-2 Level 2 USB Flash Drive ever to Earn Common Criteria Certification.

The Common Criteria, which is recognised in 26 countries, is an ISO standard used to assess the security functional requirements and security assurance requirements of technology products.

With its certifications recognized in 26 countries, Common Criteria is an important global evaluation standard for security products.

David Matot, SanDisk’s product marketing manager, enterprise solutions, said: “Cruzer Enterprise flash drives are the only USB drives in the world to hold both FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria certifications, making them the USB flash drive of choice for organizations that require proven solutions from a leader in secure removable storage.”

SanDisk also announced outstanding results for the 2009 third quarter, with revenue up 14% to $935 million, while net income was $231 million, compared with $166 million loss in the third quarter of 2008.

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