Jericho Forum Current Activities When the Jericho Forum sunset on 21 Oct 2013, it had five documents developed as part of its 2013 work program that were nearing final draft status and ready for formal Open Group review leading to publication. These five documents were transitioned into the Security Forum as work-in-progress, so from Nov2013 through Jan21014 the Jericho Forum WG was fully engaged in finalizing them and supporting their progress through formal review to publication: On completion of this activity, no further specific Jericho WG development work is currently planned. What was the Jericho Forum? In October 2013, after a decade of achievements targetting this mission, the Jericho Forum leaders considered that day had now arrived, because de-perimeterisation an established "fact" touching all areas of modern business - it is widely understood and quoted by the entire computing industry. Jericho Forum Primary Objectives Jericho Forum Landmark Publications Jericho Forum Archive
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