USB Portable Storage Devices
The CCDB has established a Work Group to assist in creating an iTC (and hence a cPP) for USB Portable Storage Devices (the Work Group name is abbreviated to "CCDB USB cPP WG"). The Work Group comprises participants from 12 nations, at present: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, Sweden, Turkey, the UK, and the US.
The group has produced a statement of 'Essential Security Requirements' (ESR) which represents the common needs of the WG members.
The invitation notice for joining the iTC, with contact details, can be found here iTC invitation letter
The iTC formation is currently being co-ordinated by the Secure USB Alliance (see www.secureusballiance.org and contact via email@example.com).
The candidate-iTC has agreed its ToR is ready for submission to the CCDB and CCMC and has produced a Security Problem Definition document which can be found here and which is open for comment (until 17 October) by using the comment sheet here and sending to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A set of English requirements for USB portable storage devices has been written and is open for comment until March 16 by using the comment sheet and sending it to email@example.com.
Draft USB cPP Released for Public Review
The preliminary USB cPP is available for public review. Please note, final Security Functional Requirements relating to cryptography are not included in this draft and are still being written. The public commenting period will end September 3, 2015. Please use the comment form template comment sheet and submit your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The work group welcomes interest in participation and publishes progress updates below: