IEEE P2600

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The IEEE P2600 family of standards for hardcopy device and system security

This family of standards is developed by the Hardcopy Device and System Security Working Group, an approved standards project that is sponsored by the IEEE Information Assurance Standards Committee of the IEEE Computer Society. 

Initiated in 2004, more than 100 individuals from more than three dozen organizations have participated in working group meetings, teleconferences, and email discussions.  Nearly all major hardcopy device manufacturers have been represented.

These standards are intended to be used by hardcopy device manufacturers, purchasers, administrators, and end users.

Published standards

  • IEEE Std. 2600-2008, IEEE Standard for Information Technology: Hardcopy Device and System Security was published in June, 2008.
     

  • IEEE Std. 2600.1-2009, IEEE Standard for a Protection Profile in Operational Environment A was published in June, 2009. It is a NIAP-validated protection profile.

  • IEEE Std. 2600.2-2009, IEEE Standard Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices in IEEE Std. 2600-2008 Operational Environment B was published in March 2010. It is a BSI-validated protection profile.
     

  • IEEE Std. 2600.3-2009, IEEE Standard Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices in IEEE Std. 2600-2008 Operational Environment C was published in March, 2010.
     

  • IEEE Std. 2600.4-2010, IEEE Standard Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices in IEEE Std. 2600-2008 Operational Environment D was published in March, 2010.

Usage as the US Government Approved Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices

  • IEEE Std 2600.2-2009, with the addition of SFRs described in NIAP Policy #20, is the US Government Approved Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices.
     

  • IEEE Std 2600.1-2009 fulfills all of the requirements of the US Government Approved Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices. Refer to NIAP Policy #20 for details.

Related documents

Conforming Products

  • Products can be independently certified to conform to the IEEE 2600-series Protection Profiles. By agreement, this web site contains a list of conforming products from vendors who financially sponsored the validation of those Protection Profiles.

 

 

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updated January 20, 2011
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