AMTSO awarded MRG Effitas with this year’s RTTL “Contributor of the Year” award for their highly consistent level of contributions over the past year.
Interview with John Hawes, AMTSO’s COO, “That’s the main focus of our Standard: opening up all the details of a test for the world to see and providing a forum for feedback”
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.
Interview with Alexander Vukcevic at NortonLifeLock: “RTTL Gives Tester Organizations Visibility Into Evolving Threats”
We interview Alex Vukcevic, Director of Threat Protection Labs at NortonLifeLock and AMTSO Board member and CTO.
Interview with Scott Jeffreys, AMTSO’s Standards PM: “Never underestimate the passion of dedicated Computer Science and Cybersecurity professionals who are looking to do the right thing”
Today we have invited Scott Jeffreys, AMTSO’s Standards Program Manager and member of the Executive Team, to join us for our next interview segment.
Interview with Samir Mody at K7 Computing: “A good test is fair, reflects real-world scenarios, and exercises a product’s full gamut of protection”
Today we sit down with Samir Mody, Vice President of Threat Research at K7 Computing. K7 has been a long standing member of AMTSO and we’re excited to interview them.
Interview with Simon Edwards at SE Labs: “For Our Tests We Run Full Attacks in the Same Way as the Bad Guys”
In continuing our interview series with different AMTSO members, we sat down with Simon Edwards of SE Labs to discuss the company and its partnership with AMTSO.
Interview with Luis Corrons at Avast: “In some industries what happens at AMTSO couldn’t even be imagined”
Luis Corrons is today’s guest in our member interview series. Luis has been with AMTSO since the very beginning.
Today, we have David Ellis as a guest in our AMTSO member interview series. Many of us AMTSO members met David first when he presented about the “New Era of Testing Cloud Security” at our Testing Town Hall in April 2021, and he was elected to join our board in July.
AMTSO looks back at 2021, detailing what’s been going on along with some numbers.
Interview with Eddy Willems of G DATA CyberDefense: “We would be much worse off if we hadn’t set up AMTSO”
We interview Eddy Willems, Security Evangelist at German computer security company G DATA and a true veteran of the cybersecurity industry.
Interview with Maik Morgenstern at AV-Test: “If vendors are afraid of bad results, it is about time they get their products continuously tested”
The AMTSO Standard was created in collaboration between the industry’s leading testers and vendors who are members of our AMTSO community. At AMTSO, we have 55 member companies and organizations, and today we’re starting a new blog series in which we introduce our members.
AMTSO announces latest Board election results, with Alexander Ivanyuk and David Ellis joining the team.
AMTSO announces mutual membership agreement with network security industry group NetSecOPEN.
How can CERTs, incident response teams, security companies, and independent threat researchers provide information on malware attacks to the anti-malware industry?
Today AMTSO learned that NSS Labs has applied to have its lawsuit against AMTSO and several AMTSO members dismissed.
Responsible test labs aim to provide reports which are fair, clear, and balanced. But when test data is referenced by vendor marketing, there are many ways it can be manipulated. In this post, AMTSO looks at some ways this manipulation can be done, and stands firmly against the misrepresentation of test results for marketing purposes.
AMTSO’s President responds to antitrust allegations leveled against the organization, and explains why the AMTSO Testing Protocol Standard provides transparency and openness, shining a light on any bias or conflict of interest in tests.
We expect to see the first tests reaching full compliance with the AMTSO Standard in the next few weeks – how will it improve testing?