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STIX™ 2.1 Interoperability Test Document Version 1.0 as a Committee Note

Do you approve STIX™ 2.1 Interoperability Test Document Version 1.0 as a Committee Note and designate the Word version of the note as authoritative?

This is the Interoperability test document to supplement the Structured Threat Information Expression (STIX) 2.1 OASIS Standard developed by the Cyber Threat Intelligence Technical Committee (CTI TC) of the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Systems (OASIS). It is available at: https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/document.php?document_id=69153&wg_abbrev=cti

This test document provides detailed requirements on how producers of products within the threat intelligence ecosystem may demonstrate STIX 2.1 interoperability compliance. There are several personas detailed in section 1 of this specification. These are: Adversary Infrastructure Mapping (AIM), Local Infrastructure Mapping (LIM), Malware Analysis System (MAS), Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM), STIX Consumer (SXC), STIX Producer (SXP), Threat Detection System (TDS), Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP), and Threat Mitigation System (TMS).

This Interoperability test document defines tests of the following use cases: Attack Pattern sharing, Campaign sharing, confidence sharing, Course of Action sharing, Data Marking sharing, Grouping sharing, Indicator sharing, Infrastructure sharing, Intrusion Set sharing, Location sharing, Malware Analysis sharing, Malware sharing, Note sharing, Observed Data sharing, Opinion sharing, Report sharing, Sighting sharing, Threat Actor sharing, Tool sharing, versioning, and Vulnerability sharing.

For each of these use cases the document details the Producer support and the Consumer support to be used for the test cases.

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Opening:   Saturday, 9 October 2021 @ 06:00 pm EDT
Closing:   Saturday, 23 October 2021 @ 11:59 pm EDT
Group:   OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) TC
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2021-10-23

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Options with highest number of votes are bold

Option # Votes % of Total
Yes 24 100%
No 0 0%
Abstain 1
Eligible members who have voted: 24 of 33 73%
Eligible members who have abstained: 1 of 33 3%
Eligible members who have not voted: 8 of 33 24%

Voting Details

Voter Company VoteReference Document and/or Comment
Patrick Maroney
AT&T
Yes
 
Kyle Maxwell
Accenture
--
 
Robert Coderre
Accenture
Yes
 
Robert Keith
Accenture
Yes
 
Curtis Kostrosky
Accenture
Yes
 
Greg Fischer
Anomali
Yes
 
Dean Thompson
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (A...
Yes
 
Trey Darley
CCB/CERT.be
Yes
 
John-Mark Gurney
Copado
--
 
Christian Hunt
Copado
Yes
 
Kelly Cullinane
Copado
Yes
 
Bret Jordan
Cyber Threat Intelligence Network, Inc. (C...
--
 
Jane Ginn
Cyber Threat Intelligence Network, Inc. (C...
Yes
 
Jackie Eun Park
DHS Office of Cybersecurity and Communicat...
--
 
Marlon Taylor
DHS Office of Cybersecurity and Communicat...
Yes
 
Paul Patrick
DarkLight, Inc.
Abstain
 
Aukjan van Belkum
EclecticIQ
Yes
 
Chris Ricard
Financial Services Information Sharing and...
Yes
 
Ryusuke Masuoka
Fujitsu Limited
Yes
 
Toshitaka Satomi
Fujitsu Limited
Yes
 
Kazuo Noguchi
Hitachi, Ltd.
--
 
Chenta Lee
IBM
--
 
Emily Ratliff
IBM
--
 
Roseann Guttierrez
IBM
--
 
Elysa Jones
Individual
Yes
 
Richard Piazza
Mitre Corporation
Yes
 
Richard Struse
Mitre Corporation
Yes
 
Kartikey Desai
Mitre Corporation
Yes
 
Danny Haynes
Mitre Corporation
Yes
 
Drew Varner
NineFX, Inc.
Yes
 
Marco Caselli
Siemens AG
Yes
 
David Girard
Trend Micro
Yes
 
Jeffrey Mates
US Department of Defense (DoD)
Yes