As of September 2010, CESG have announced that the product assurance element of CCT Mark will be overtaken by the new Commercial Product Assurance (CPA) approach. It is unclear as yet whether CCT Mark will remain in existence for assurance of Information Security services.
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Famous quotes containing the word future:
“Mothers have as powerful an influence over the welfare of future generations, as all other causes combined.”
—John Abbott. The Mother at Home; or the Principles of Maternal Duty, John Abbott, Crocker and Brewster (1833)
“I would sum up my fear about the future in one word: boring. And thats my one fear: that everything has happened; nothing exciting or new or interesting is ever going to happen again ... the future is just going to be a vast, conforming suburb of the soul.”
—J.G. (James Graham)
“It lives less in the present
Than in the future always,
And less in both together
Than in the past.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)