This score is also given in three dimensions: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability, and the LEET stamp shows the score for the qualified service achieved on each of them, depending on the security and service continuity implemented measures, expressed through three letters, A+ (corresponding to the highest level) to D (the most basic level).
In practical terms, in the same way that an establishment providing hotel services requires a license to open, but as customers we want to know the stars it has prior to making our reservation, an ICT service also must be provided by an authorized company -and possibly having an ISO27001 certification-, and the LEET stamp indicates the number of stars, but also showing separated values for rooms, restaurant and ancillary facilities. Thus, higher score levels imply a lower probability that the service suffers impact, and, even more important, better supplier's capabilities to restore normal service in less time.
Thus, the rating system managed by LEET Security becomes the first implementation of the recommendation by the Cybersecurity Strategy of the EU, to create security labeling systems for ICT services.
All the methodology, evaluation criteria and assigned ratings are public, thus providing full transparency for the evaluation and comparison of different services when selecting their TIC suppliers.