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Join our workshop on 18th November, 2021 and learn how to achieve a successful Common Criteria evaluation project!
CCLab Ltd. was founded in 2013 as an agile software laboratory primarily to work in Common Criteria evaluations and consultations. It has been accredited by OCSI, the Certification Body of the Italian Scheme, since 2015.
We are ready to share our experience and knowledge!
CCLab conducted many successful evaluation and consultation projects in the field of Common Criteria. The number of evaluation projects and certified products keep increasing each year so we decided to share our experiences in a free online workshop for developers and manufacturers.
We consider it important not only to present the process of CC evaluation from the lab’s point of view, but from all other stakeholders’ perspectives as well. We invited another laboratory expert (TÜV Trust IT), , a US consulting company (Corsec) and a client (Kaspersky) to share their experiences. All of our presenters are experienced industry experts with first-hand information about the Common Criteria evaluation process.
Be prepared, listen to our advice!
During the workshop, our aim is to share practical information and recommendations not only to those who are still be planning Common Criteria evaluation, but also those who have already been involved in such a process. We provide tips on how to make the evaluation fast, smooth and stress-free, and there will also be enough time allocated for arising questions during the workshop.
Main topics we will talk about:
Get our FREE guide & check-list at the end of the event and use it when preparing for your next evaluation project!
Each registered guest will receive our “Guide and Checklist for Common Criteria Evaluation”!
The workshop will be held online.
You can register HERE!
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