Jericho Forum launches Self Assessment Service

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Fans of de-perimeterised security may be interested to know that the Jericho Forum has just launched a self-assessment service. The service allows user organisations, and vendors, to mark themselves against the Jericho Forum’s 11 commandments and to measure themselves against the Forum’s criteria for securing Enterprise 2.0. The service isn’t an independent certification, it’s a […]

Fans of de-perimeterised security may be interested to know that the Jericho Forum has just launched a self-assessment service. The service allows user organisations, and vendors, to mark themselves against the Jericho Forum’s 11 commandments and to measure themselves against the Forum’s criteria for securing Enterprise 2.0.
The service isn’t an independent certification, it’s a self-assessment. We also hope that user organisations can use it as a set of ‘awkward questions’ to ask of vendors.
The self-assessment service is not really about ‘am I secure enough?’. It’s more about ‘is my security agile enough?’.

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