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Common Criteria Training in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

12
- Febr
2018
Posted by: José Ruiz
Common Criteria Training in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

One of the objectives in creating jtsec was to support companies to increase their cybersecurity knowledge. For this reason, we have invested a large part of our time in preparing trainings that cover the knowledge needs of our clients.

Within the portfolio of jtsec trainings, we can find different areas: Common Criteria, FIPS 140-2, secure development, security awareness, web pen testing or systems auditing.

Last month, jtsec experts held a Common Criteria trainings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where we worked to increase the knowledge of the CyberSecurity Malaysia team.

The training was a success and we hope it will be very valuable to CyberSecurity Malaysia in the future.

Norahana Salimin, CyberSecurity Malaysia specialist, commented: It has been a pleasure working with jtsec. His professionalism and dedication has been total during the training.

We would like to thank the entire CyberSecurity Malaysia team for their hospitality during our stay in Malaysia.

CyberSecurity Malaysia is an agency under MOSTI (Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation) in Malaysia. One of its goals is to increase Malaysia's competitiveness in quality assurance of information security products and systems based on the Common Criteria ISO/IEC 15408 standard.

jtsec is a cybersecurity company based in Spain focused on security certifications with a great experience in Common Criteria standard due to the collaborations with different labs, developers and certification bodies in different countries.

If you need more information about the trainings we offer from jtsec, please do not hesitate to contact us at hello[at]jtsec.es.

José Ruiz/Author

Jose is an expert consultant on the Common Criteria standard with more than 10 years of experience. Jose has a wide background in other security assurance standards in the field of the information technology as FIPS 140-2, GP TEE or FIDO. Jose has served as an evaluator, Technical Leader and CC Consultant for Epoche&Espri and as CC lab manager and Cyber Security Service Manager for Applus+. His experience has led him to participate as a speaker in various editions of the ICCC (International Common Criteria Conference) and ICMC (International Cryptographic Module Conference). He has been the “Chairman” of a subgroup within the ISCI WG1 Eurosmart Initiative to develop the CC Methodology. He is also member of different working groups as ISO SC27 or Global Platform TEE and an active member of the group ERNCIP “IACS Cybersecurity certification“.