The Common Criteria Users Forum (CCUF) Management Board is pleased to announce the CCUF-CCDB (Common Criteria Development Board) Workshop September 11th – 13th, 2012, as a preceding event to the International Common Criteria Conference (ICCC) in Paris, France.
As was done at the Tokyo workshop, the CCDB has invited active Industry participation in a Private + Public Partnership dialogue for the majority of the joint meetings. To allow for greater numbers to participate in interactive dialogue and directly with the CCDB, an extended closing meeting will be held between the CCUF and CCDB on Thursday at the Microsoft offices.
The Tuesday and Thursday sessions will be held at the Microsoft Office in Paris; Wednesday Cisco will be hosting workshop participants at their offices.
Wednesday will be composed of breakout topics amongst the CCUF participants, and will be held at the Cisco Office. The main topics for Tuesday and Thursday, which will be presented to the CCDB during the closing session on Thursday, are:
- Framework for coordination between Common Criteria technical communities
- Role of CCUF in the work of forming, supporting, and cross-fertilizing Common Criteria technical communities
- Taking forward the work on ‘innovation’
- How to efficiently, effectively, and fairly use the associated technical community to maintain the collaborative Protection Profile as new approaches are developed
The Cisco Global Certification Team (GCT) is looking forward to this opportunity to interact with our peers, be an active voice in the Common Criteria community, and work together to further this program as the global standard in security and assurance certifications. If you have any questions or comments on the CCUF-CCDB workshop, please contact Alicia Squires at email@example.com.