Security Accreditation Question?

Discussion in 'Int Corps' started by subbsonic, Oct 19, 2006.

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  1. The Navy: they let everything through on an nod anyway, we will meet the ISD with time to spare

    23.1%
  2. Land: Just the right mix of security and pragmatism

    7.7%
  3. PJHQ: Its deployable, so it must be their bag nearly as keen as RN to bear the risk

    15.4%
  4. Strike: Deployment OK, but will require a 20-person audit team from 591 SU in 5* hotel accn for 3 w

    15.4%
  5. DSSO: Accreditor is busy, but will definately turn up next week :oops:

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. DPA: Is responsible for delivery from "factory to foxhole" -- the logical choic

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Customer 1: Too busy arguing with Customer 2

    7.7%
  8. Customer 2: Too busy arguing with Customer 1

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. LIAG (V): Will accredit anything provided you can pay for the MTDs and sponsor their DV for another

    7.7%
  10. GCHQ: Only they have the military staff approaching resettlement who really need an INFOSEC qual on

    23.1%

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  1. This morning's ( pre tea and toast) big issue.

    Remember folks every vote counts to selct the the last accreditor to leave the Big Brother " Christmas Box" keep area ( Type -B)
     
  2. I think you're missing a poll question there, old chap. Clearly, the only entities capable of performing an appropriate commercial and security accreditation of such an exciting new PFI-financed initiative are commercial security consultancies, perhaps with the help and support of gigantic international technology companies.
     
  3. Let's go purple. Give it to Jack.
     
  4. Naaaaa give it to the RAF - its Christmas - they need a holiday
     
  5. I think you will find that the final option covers this one off nicely old chap :wink:

    I don;t think that larger companies would get a look in, (apart from one with a small subsidiary in a cotswold barn) However, I'm sure in the commercial INFOSEC space that there are a number of Small to Medium Enterprises close to the M4 / M5 confluence who sit well within CESG's comofort zone :roll:
     
  6. Sometime i have to sit back and think.."What the feck is he sayin.....?"
     
  7. If you're a bit lost perhaps you should ask a security specialist on the "dark side"

    Wait 'til you start resettlement then, or will you be stepping directly into warm seat in one of Voldemort's* SPVs ??

    * he who can not be named
     
  8. Ah, the force is strong in this one. Mind you, I do more lightside than darkside consultancy, so I guess I'm moving Skywalker-wards myself.