Anomali, Cisco, Fujitsu, IBM Security, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, NC4, New Context, Phantom, and Others Participate in Event to Validate Threat Intelligence Sharing Standards.
The OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Technical Committee conducted the First STIX/TAXII 2 Interoperability Plugfest on January 30, 2018. Nine participants, including Anomali, FreeTAXII (Bret Jordan), Cisco Systems, Fujitsu, IBM Security, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, NC4, New Context, and Phantom integrated and exercised capabilities in their various STIX/TAXII2 products.
The Plugfest was considered successful and provided an important validation of leveraging STIX/TAXII 2 specifications and STIX/TAXII Interoperability Tests within today’s Cyber Threat Intelligence products.
OASIS and the CTI Technical Committee applauds all the Plugfest participants and thanks Symantec Corporation for hosting the event.
Plans for continuing STIX/TAXII2 Plugfests are underway. Any organization that is developing STIX/TAXII 2 capabilities is encouraged to get involved. Organizations interested in participating in the OASIS CTI TC Interoperability Test development and future events should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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