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.
Simon Edwards, SE Labs, appointed as new co-chairman of the board, alongside co-chairman Luis Corrons, Avast San Francisco, California, July 29, 2021 – AMTSO, the cybersecurity industry’s testing standard community, today announced that their members have elected a new board
NetSecOPEN to tap into AMTSO’s RTTL threat intelligence program for testers; Organizations plan two-way expertise and knowledge exchange
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.
The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) was formed in 2008 as an industry organization dedicated to improving the reliability and transparency of anti-malware testing. Since that time, we have leveraged the expertise and resources of our industry-wide membership to provide advice, guidance, and assistance in the design, implementation, and communication of testing practices.
Last week, the AMTSO membership voted overwhelmingly to fully adopt its Testing Protocol Standard, a comprehensive framework designed to promote openness and transparency in the testing process.
San Francisco, California, May 29, 2018 (Newswire.com) – The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) today announced the adoption of its first Testing Protocol Standard.
AMTSO was formed in February 2008. Now ten years down the line, the organization continues to work to improve testing.
San Francisco, California – May 22, 2017 – The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) moves the first ever set of official Standards for anti-malware testing forward to the next level – the development of a full accreditation and endorsement program.
San Francisco, California – February 18, 2017 – Testing products in a fair and balanced way is very difficult. Product developers routinely make bold claims about the capabilities of their products. AMTSO supports the right of testers to put these claims to the test, to provide independent validation of their accuracy (or otherwise).
The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) calls for public participation in creating standards for certification and compliance
San Francisco, California – September 6, 2016 – The Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) is announcing a call for public participation in developing standards for testing anti-malware products and solutions. These standards will be the basis for AMTSO’s certification program, which is anticipated to launch in the second calendar quarter of 2017.
San Francisco, California – 16 August 2016 – AMTSO has provided the following guidance concerning including detection technologies in multi-scanner services.
SAN FRANCISCO and INNSBRUCK, Austria, July 14, 2016 – Security product testers and industry join forces to broaden the range of security software testing. AV-Comparatives, an independent antivirus testing lab, based in Austria, has conducted the second public industry test using the AMTSO Real Time Threat List (RTTL).
Security product testers and industry join forces to strengthen the quality of security software testing. Innsbruck, Austria – April 13, 2016 – AV-Comparatives, an independent Austrian antivirus testing lab, has conducted the first public industry test using the AMTSO Real Time Threat List (RTTL). The RTTL is a repository of malware samples collected from around the world, and is managed, maintained and secured by the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO).