Our partner SEPIOR goes for FIPS140-3 validation program
Zurich, Switzerland – 12, November 2020 – Sepior Threshold Security Module (TSM) which is foundational to Sepior’s KMaaS (Key Management as a Service) and Threshold Signature Wallet Security is now listed on NIST’s Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) as an Implementation Under Test for FIPS 140-3 validation, the first MPC based system to do so. FIPS 140-3 aligns with ISO attestation practices and replaces FIPS 140-2. FIPS validation provides additional assurances to our customers in the financial sector and other regulated environments who use our services to protect their digital assets.
About Sepior ApS
Founded in 2014, in Aarhus, Denmark, Sepior is enabling trust for online financial transactions and enterprise data protection applications, such as cryptocurrency custodial wallets, public or private blockchains, and cloud-based SaaS offerings, using threshold-based multiparty computation (MPC). Using patented threshold cryptographic protocols, Sepior’s RSA award-winning team of renowned cryptography experts has revolutionized key protection and management required for online security and privacy. The result is a customer-definable security framework that operates with any hardware, virtual device, or platform, using a decentralized-trust model, optimized for current and emerging fintech, cloud, IoT, and distributed ledger applications and services, allowing multiple parties to transact with trust.
For more information, visit https://sepior.com.