All those who have had to deal with sharing information when attending conferences or when working in a multi-user environment, are aware of the necessity of a well-thought out and well-designed system for facilitating computing communicating and networking technologies. This blog will provide information about the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation standard, a good overview of all the involved aspects, the characteristics of this technology, and its potential advantages.

The ability to share content over a common language through networking capabilities is something to be desired at almost any conference or multi-user event, because it enables people to be in contact with the shared content continuously. This results in a better understanding of the facts that are presented during that specific conference or event.

By allowing all the users that are connected to a network to share information in a common environment that conveys data and redirects it to all the participants, Common Criteria technologies help computer systems become more efficient at dispersing information in a shared environment. Furthermore, since the Common Criteria standard entails the use of state of the art computer security frameworks, all the handled data is kept safe at all times, thereby, favoring the use of such technologies for sensitive information, such as the one distributed in government agencies and various companies.

This blog will also deal with the aspects that concern customer requirements when it comes to Common Criteria, the Computer Security Certification, and the Common Criteria Community.

A closer look will also be taken at the future prospects for Common Criteria technologies, and how these could greatly improve the functioning of various networking systems.