A higher Evaluation Assurance Level means that the security assurance for the Target Of Evaluation (TOE) has been tested over a broader scope, although it does not necessarily indicate a higher level of security.
What does TOE stand for?
TOE stands for Target of Evaluation
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- Training & Operational Data Synchronizer (SIMCI initiative)
- Transactions on Database Systems
- Time of Delivery and Signature Requested
- Take Our Daughters to Work
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- Table of Elements
- Table of Organization & Equipment
- Tales of Eternia (game)
- Target Operating Environment
- Task, Object, Event (computer programming)
- TCO (Transmission Control Protocol) Offload Engine
- TCP/IP Offload Engine
- Team of Experts
- Technical Operations Expert
- Telephone Outage Emergency (Emergency Alert System Code)
- Term of Enlistment
- Termination of Employment (various meanings)
- Test of Effectiveness (Sarbanes-Oxley compliance)
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The Target of Evaluation (TOE) that QNX has submitted for EAL certification goes beyond the scope of registered offerings from other OS vendors.
The Security Target specifying the target of evaluation is publicly available at atsec's Common Criteria evaluations page.
The Target Of Evaluation (TOE) includes all the elements that comprise a full deployment of the Security Center suite: Security Center (SC), Nessus Vulnerability Scanner (Nessus), Log Correlation Engine (LCE) and the LCE Clients, Passive Vulnerability Scanner (PVS), and the 3D Tool (3DT).
3 product was evaluated in the following areas: * Identification and Authentication * Audit * Information flow control * Security management * Secure communications * Secure traffic * Protection of the device itself Common Criteria EAL 2 certification requires developer testing, vulnerability analysis, and independent testing based upon detailed Target of Evaluation (TOE) specifications.
Products evaluated under the UK ITSEC receive a Certificate upon successful completion for a specified version of the product, described as the Target of Evaluation (TOE).