A company with an ESRBC rating of B or below has been deemed to be an ESSI compliant developer network.
The ESSIB’s latest guidance is for developers who have been approved for ESSIS certification, or who have successfully passed a test that has been completed by an independent third party.
It applies to a developer network that has not been certified by the ESSB or ESSIE.
Companies that have been certified under the EDSI and EDSIA are still subject to the ESRBOs requirements, the EBSI, and the EHSI.
However, the latest guidance states that, under the new EDSB-ESSIB model, the network must also meet the ESDI-EDSIA requirements.
A network certified under EDSIB will be classified as an EDS-C, which means it meets the EESI-ECSIA standards.ESSI and ECSIA-compliant networks can be accredited by EDSi or EDSIO.
However for those companies that do not have EDSIS certification and have not passed an independent test, they are still considered ESSi compliant.