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What is FIPS Cryptography?

FIPS stands for the Federal Information Processing Standard established by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), for use in computer systems for the purpose of ensuring security and interoperability through data encryption. This encryption utilizes government-tested cryptography implemented in the transmission of data.

End-to-End Encryption

End-to-end encryption diagram
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Why Encryption Matters

Data security via encryption is a standard part of every Code product, hardware and software. This standard keeps data private and secure. With FIPS Validation, this encryption improves and is more robust. Additionally, this validation qualifies our FIPS solution products as government approved for use in facilities under governmental management.

How is FIPS 140-2 used by Code?

We have worked with our invaluable partner wolfSSL a proven software development company with a validated encryption library to implement the best FIPS encryption. See the wolfCrypt NIST certificate details. We even took the extra step of testing our library implementation with the renowned corporate security firm Corsec. Code proudly stands behind our FIPS implementation and we look forward to working with the agencies that will benefit from such airtight security.

NIST and FIPS 140-2 Logos with end-to-end encryption diagram
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