AMTSO is the cybersecurity industry’s testing standard community, offering a platform for knowledge-sharing and collaboration on objective standards and best practices for cybersecurity product testing.
AMTSO holds regular Testing Town Hall events showcasing the latest ideas and developments in the testing world. Non-members are welcome to attend, learn more about testing, and contribute to the debate. Selected guests may also be invited to other AMTSO events, including in-person meetings.
AMTSO aims to track all significant anti-malware and related tests, including upcoming tests. Those marked “AMTSO Standard” are run under the AMTSO Testing Protocol Standard compliance process.
Dates for future tests are approximate and may be subject to change.
Today we had an interview with John Hawes, the COO of AMTSO, to discuss the organization and the cybersecurity industry. He has been with AMTSO since its inception in 2008.
AMTSO’s new IoT guidelines aim to provide guidance for independent benchmarking and certification of IoT security solutions.
AMTSO announces results of annual Board elections, with new member Vlad Iliushin joining the team.