TÜV tested – this statement is always considered a seal of quality in Germany as well as in the world. And with good reason. What applies to cars, machines, plants or buildings, TÜViT also makes possible for hardware and software: certified, secure products and systems that your customers can rely on.
ECSO represents the contractual counterpart to the European Commission for the implementation of the Cyber Security contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP). ECSO members include a wide variety of stakeholders such as large companies, SMEs and Start-ups, research centres, universities, end-users, operators, clusters and association as well as European Member State’s local, regional and national administrations, countries part of the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and H2020 associated countries…
With over 25 years of experience, Eurosmart gathers technological experts in the field of Digital Security. This Brussels-based association advocates for a high security level in digital interactions.
Members of Eurosmart are designers or manufacturers of secure elements, semiconductors, smart cards, systems on chip, High Security Hardware and terminals; biometric technology providers; system integrators; secure software and application developers and issuers. Members are also involved in security evaluation as laboratories, consulting companies, research organisations and associations.
The Common Criteria Users Forum (CCUF) was founded in 2012 and is a community based around those using the Common Criteria and ISO/IEC 15408 standards. The Common Criteria Users’ Forum mission is to provide a voice and communications channel between the CC community and the CC organizational committees, CC evaluation schemes, and policy makers. To join, go to http://www.ccusersforum.org/.
The Cryptographic Module User Forum (CMUF) mission is to provide a voice and communications channel between the community of UNCLASSIFIED cryptographic module (CM) and UNCLASSIFIED cryptographic algorithm developers, vendors, consultants, test labs and other interested parties, and the various national, international, and multi-lateral organizational committees, schemes, and policy makers. To Join the CMUF contact any CMUF Steering Committee member.
GlobalPlatform is a non-profit industry association driven by approximately 100 member companies. Members share a common goal to develop GlobalPlatform’s specifications, which are today highly regarded as the international standard for enabling digital services and devices to be trusted and securely managed throughout their lifecycle. GlobalPlatform protects digital services by standardizing and certifying a security hardware/firmware combination, known as a secure component, which acts as an on-device trust anchor. This facilitates collaboration between service providers and device manufacturers, empowering them to ensure the right level of security within all devices to protect against threats. Market sectors adopting GlobalPlatform technology include automotive, healthcare, government and enterprise ID, payments, premium content, smart cities, smart home, telecoms, transportation, and utilities.
OASIS is a nonprofit consortium advancing open standards and open source development on a global scale. We’re the home of KMIP, STIX, TAXII, OpenC2, PKCS#11, SAML and CACAO course-of-action playbooks. One of our largest open source projects is the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA). OCA is building an open ecosystem where cybersecurity products interoperate without the need for customized integrations. OCA open project operates independently under industry-approved process and IPR policies. All are welcome to participate.