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CC Course

For information about the CC-course please contact:

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atsec information security AB

Svärdvägen 3c
182 33 Danderyd

Telefon: +46 (0)8 551 104 00

Rasma Araby
Head of ITSEF
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Combitech AB

351 80 Växjö

Telefon: +46 (0)4 70 420 00 (växel)

Magnus Ahlbin
Head of ITSEF
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Mats Engquist

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Mats Engquist

Quality Manager CSEC
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Facts

The course consists of four parts:

 Part 1: CC Introduction (1 day)

This part describes the background and basic concepts of Common Criteria, and is recommended for anyone who wants an introduction to the Common Criteria. A short introduction to the Swedish Scheme for evaluation and certification is also given. No previous knowledge is required.

Part 2a:  Developer Overview (1 day)

This part describes the process, and how to read CC documentation. Previous knowledge in CC and IT security is required.

Part 2b: Using the CEM when Performing Evaluations (2 days)

This part describes the evaluation process, functional classes, assurance classes and the evaluation methodology. This part includes practical work. Previous knowledge in CC and IT security is required.

Part 2c: The Swedish Scheme (1/2 day)

This part is an introduction to the Swedish Scheme for evaluation and certification. This part describes the international agreement for mutual recognition. It also describes how complaints, questions and interpretations are handled. This part is intended primarily for evaluators who operates or will operate within the Swedish Scheme.