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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? By contributing the AMTSO's RTTL system!
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?
Why are transparent testing standards good for everyday users?
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