Achieving Compliance with GSi Code of Connection (CoCo) with Lumension® Solutions

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The aim of the Code of Connection (CoCo) is to develop the trust required both within and between communities, which then allows more effective use of shared systems and services. The CoCo provides a minimum set of security standards that organizations must adhere to when joining the GSi. This paper addresses some of the key challenges of achieving and maintaining compliance with the GSi Code of Connection (CoCo) for the GCSX, which must be achieved by September 30, 2009.

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