As part of the compulsory certification of products for information security as required by the Russian government, several products have received FSTEK certification.
Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops is a general purpose software tool with built in protection against unauthorized access to confidential information, functions for identification and authentication of end users, management of user’s access to the objects in a virtual infrastructure, registration of security events in virtual infrastructure, and integrity control of information protection tools, all in accordance with the corresponding Technical Requirements (TU).
Citrix XenDesktop 7.7 has received FSTEK certification. This includes XenApp 7.7.
Citrix XenDesktop 4 Feature Pack 2 (VDI, Enterprise and Platinum Editions) has received FSTEK certification. These various editions may include the following main components, which are also considered certified – XenApp 6 for Windows Server 2008 R2, XenServer 5.6, Provisioning Server 5.6 SP1, and XenClient 1.0 SP1.
Citrix Virtual Apps (Advanced, Enterprise and Platinum Editions) for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 have received FSTEK certification. Citrix Virtual Apps is a general purpose software tool with built in protection against unauthorized access to confidential information. It complies with the requirements of a guidance document called, "Computer technology. Protection of information against unauthorized access. Indicators of protection against unauthorized access to information.". FSTEK certification includes these assessment levels: Computer-based Systems Class 1G and SVT Level 5.
In addition, Citrix Virtual Apps has been certified by Gazprom and is FSTEK certified as part of third party solutions:
Citrix XenServer 7 has received FSTEK certification
Customers that are interested in an official FSTEK distribution should contact Certified Information Systems (CIS) to download authenticated copies of the software and obtain other official certification deliverables.
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