QuintessenceLabs is working with universities and government partners to understand Common Criteria adoption. The universities have compiled a survey to assist their research, and are looking to get as many inputs as possible to get a wide snapshot of industry opinion.
The research study is being conducted by researchers at Deakin University and Charles Sturt University (Australia) in collaboration with Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre. The purpose of this research study is to identify any challenges hindering the adoption of Common Criteria certification by organizations, companies, vendors, and user groups for Information Technology (IT) products.
If you agree to participate in this research study, you will be asked to respond to a survey of 28 questions in total, which will take you about 15 minutes to complete and will help us to know the current adoption of Common Criteria certification by your organization and understand your view on Common Criteria certification. Your details and responses will be kept private and anonymous. Access to the research records will be limited only to the researchers.
This study has received ethics approvals from Deakin University and Charles Sturt University with the Reference number of SEBE-2021-38 and Protocol number: H21353, respectively. Prior to taking this survey, please kindly take time to read the Plain Language Statement and Consent form presented at the beginning of the survey.
If you have any questions about this research study, please feel free to contact the study lead, Professor Chang-Tsun Li at [email protected]
To access the survey, please click on the URL below or you may copy and paste this address into your web browser:
The deadline to complete the survey is the 15th of November 2021.