2014-07-05: iTUX’s open fiber network has met all requirements and is now certified under SEC Access Certification, version 2013-08-26.
2013-08-13: Karlstads city network has been tested and approved according to SEC version 2013-01-31. Being approved means that the citizens of Karlstad can feel confident that their broadband connection protects their personal integrity, and that the risk for denial-of-service attacks are decreased. Congratulations Karlstad!
Secure Enduser Connections, SEC, has been the standard on how to design and build networks for Swedish broadband networks since 2005. A SEC-certified network ensures a safe and qualitative connection where all types of spoofing and poisoning are made impossible.
In the beginning SEC was only intended to certify products to be used within a network. However, it soon became clear that in order to up-held safety it was necessary to look at the whole network. Since 2007 we therefore also certify complete, or parts of, broadband networks.
In the menus above and to the right you’ll find more information about SEC and can read more about the requirements we set upon manufacturers and broadband networks in order to achieve SEC-certification.
After hard work by Abundo, Interlan and with help from .SE a major rewrite of the “SEC Access Certification” is released. The new version collects several years of knowledge and best current practice on IPv4 broadband networks, and adds a complete picture on IPv6 and how to secure this new protocol.
The document can be downloaded here.
D-Link is now certified for IPv4