We’re happy to inform you that OASIS staff have completed an update of the documents for the STIX Version 2.1 and TAXII Version 2.1 OASIS Standards produced by the CTI TC. The update consists of removing the trademark (TM) markings, along with ensuring that the copyrights of the US Government (contributor of the original specifications) are properly reflected. […]
Philosophical Drivers The cybersecurity industry grows in the wake of the technology industry. Looking back at the last thirty years of the technology industry, we can see the good that came early on from clearing entrenched industries that made room for bottom-up economic growth. Music production and distribution, once guarded by redwood-like titans were starving […]
The goal is to design and implement a community cyber capacity model that generates market forces to build resilience, innovation and economic development at community levels.
Cyber-on-Main™ is an initiative supported by the Department of Homeland Security and was announced at the first workshop of the National Risk Management Center, on December 11, 2018. The goal is to design and implement a community cyber capacity model that generates market forces to build resilience, innovation and economic development at community levels. As […]
Following 9/11, many agencies began to recognize the importance of information sharing. The 9/11 Commission Report stated that agencies should share information amongst themselves, instead of feeling like they own the information they found, creating a “unity of effort.” In addition, several agencies created initiatives to improve their information sharing efforts. For example, the Department […]