PKI Certificate Minimum Elliptic Curve Public Key Size (Expiring After 2030), v1.0

This Trustmark Definition addresses the requirement for end-entity certificates that expire after 12/31/2030 shall contain public keys that are at least 256 bits for elliptic curve algorithms.
NOTE:If an assessment step references organization-defined elements (E.g. <organization-defined personnel or roles>, <organization-defined frequency>, etc.), corresponding citations/excerpts must be provided to confirm that the organization has established and documented these values and that they apply as referenced in the conformance criteria.

Similarly, if a "Selection" among multiple options (e.g. [Selection (one or more): as needed; ]) is specified, evidence must be provided to establish that the option(s) implemented by the organization have been defined and documented.

The assessment step shall not be marked as satisfied without this evidence.

Assessment Step

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PKI Certificate Minimum Elliptic Curve Public Key Size (Expiring After 2030) (PKICertificateMinimumEllipticCurvePublicKeySizeExpiringAfter2030)
Do PKI certificates that expire after 12/31/2030 contain public keys that are at least 256 bits for elliptic curve algorithms?
Artifact
A1
Provide evidence (e.g. organizational policies, procedures, compliance/assessment reports, etc.) that support the assessor's response to this assessment step.
NOTE:If conformance criteria reference organization-defined elements (e.g. <organization-defined personnel or roles>, <organization-defined frequency>, etc.), these values must be defined and documented by the organization.

Similarly, if the criteria specify a "Selection" among multiple options (e.g. [Selection (one or more): as needed; ]), the option(s) implemented by the organization must also be defined and documented.

Conformance Criteria (1)

C1
End-entity certificates that expire after 12/31/2030 shall contain public keys that are at least 256 bits for elliptic curve algorithms.
Citation
FBCA-CP
Section 6.1.5.