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stratsec signs agreement with CyberSecurity Malaysia

Independent information security consulting and testing firm, stratsec, has signed a formal agreement with CyberSecurity Malaysia, an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia

  • Independent information security consulting and testing firm, stratsec, has signed a formal agreement with CyberSecurity Malaysia, an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Malaysia. It is the first time an Australian company or a commercially-based security evaluation facility has set up operations with the Malaysian Common Criteria Certification and Evaluation Scheme (MyCC Scheme). Under the agreement, stratsec will initially deliver 14 IT security evaluations of Malaysian IT products between July and December 2010, with further extensions into 2011 onwards.

  • The alliance has the potential to increase opportunities for Australian IT products to access IT security evaluation services in Malaysia CEO CyberSecurity Malaysia Lt Col Husin Jazri, the Minister of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of Malaysia, Chief Minister of the ACT John Stanhope and stratsec CEO Peter Lilley.

  • The Minister of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of Malaysia

  • Malaysia will in six months deliver more than 30 security certified IT products to the world market, of which stratsec will deliver 14.

  • The CyberSecurity Malaysia contract will be worth more than RM 1.5 million ($518,856) in the first six months

  • CEO CyberSecurity Malaysia Lt Col Husin Jazri, the Minister of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of Malaysia, Chief Minister of the ACT John Stanhope and stratsec CEO Peter Lilley.

  • (Top)Chief Minister of the ACT John Stanhope and the Minister of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of Malaysia. stratsec CEO Peter Lilley and CEO CyberSecurity Malaysia Lt Col Husin Jazri. Australia and Malaysia are in the seventh round of negotiating a free trade agreement. The number of Australian firms operating in Malaysia with Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) status has increased to 100, meaning a significant number of Australian companies are developing business and markets in Malaysia.

  • “The Malaysian Government, through their economic stimulus package, has shown great understanding of the importance of IT security as a driver of the overall IT industry. Given the importance of IT security as acknowledged in the Australian Government’s recent Cyber Security Strategy, it would be great to see that reflected in investment to help Australian IT security products to be tested and certified, to help them compete on the international market”, said stratsec CEO, Peter Lilley.

  • Chief Minister of the ACT John Stanhope and the CEO CyberSecurity Malaysia Lt Col Husin Jazri. CyberSecurity Malaysia is an agency under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Malaysia, tasked to look after the safety and security of Malaysian cyberspace.

  • the Minister of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of Malaysia, Chief Minister of the ACT John Stanhope, and stratsec CEO Peter Lilley

  • (Top) Chief Minister of the ACT John Stanhope and the Minister of Science Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) of Malaysia. (Below) stratsec CEO Peter Lilley and CEO CyberSecurity Malaysia Lt Col Husin Jazri.

  • 100 IT companies have been successful in attaining MSC Malaysia Status. Stratsec is the only one operating in the IT security evaluation and testing sector

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