OpenDXL Ontology will help connect cybersecurity tools across vendors
OpenDXL Ontology is designed for data and command sharing between cybersecurity software.
On February 24, the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA) announced the availability of OpenDXL Ontology, the first open source language for connecting
OpenDXL Ontology is the first open source language for connecting cybersecurity tools through a common messaging framework.
IBM, McAfee, and 16 other companies have launched an initiative designed to tackle fragmentation and interoperability problems in the cybersecurity space. Known as the Open Cybersecurity ...
Today I am excited and proud to update the cybersecurity community on the progress that has been made at the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA) in the five short months since we launched the ...
Open Cybersecurity Alliance announces the availability of OpenDXL Ontology, the first open source language for connecting disparate security tools through a common messaging framework.
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OpenDXL Ontology is intended to allow security components to interoperate right out of the box.
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