OASIS Threat Actor Context (TAC) TC

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Enabling semantic interoperability of threat actor contextual information.

Vasileios Mavroeidis, vasileim@ifi.uio.no, Chair
Ryan Hohimer, ryan.hohimer@darklight.ai, Chair
Jane Ginn, jg@ctin.us, Secretary

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Announcements

Participation in the OASIS Threat Actor Context (TAC) TC is open to all interested parties. Contact join@oasis-open.org for more information.

The first meeting of the Threat Actor Context TC was successfully held on Friday, November 22, 2019 at 1:00 pm ET. Ryan Hohimer of DarkLight, Inc. was unanimously elected Chair of the TC.

The call for participation is out. See the announcement for details.


Overview

Today, organizations that share cyber threat intelligence are confronted with multiple schema and share through multiple tools. These limit an organization's ability to strategically correlate and analyze attack data, which could lead to a better understanding of their adversary's goals, capabilities, and trends in targeting and techniques.

The TAC TC seeks to resolve ambiguity across different sources and solutions in order to support organizing what is known and to share information about threat actors and the STIX Domain Objects (SDOs) related to them such as Intrusion Sets, Campaigns and Indicators. The TC will establish a common knowledge framework that enables semantic interoperability of threat actor contextual information.

For more information, see the Threat Actor Context (TAC) TC Charter.


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