Hosting Controlled Assessment Briefs online
Controlled Assessment Briefs (CABs) should not be made publicly available online.
Centres should ensure that they don't make Controlled Assessment Briefs (CAB) openly accessible on the internet from their own website.
This is stated on page 3 of our Controlled Assessment Teacher Support Book in the course materials:
"Once you have downloaded a CAB, you must decide how to give your candidates access to it. This is likely to be via the school website, intranet or VLE. Access to CABs must be controlled so that they are only made available to candidates studying GCSE ICT who are working on the controlled assessment task."