The next Cybersecurity Automation Workshop is scheduled for 2 June 2022 in Washington, D.C. The workshop objective is to demonstrate working interoperating systems that contribute to cybersecurity automation, particularly across different participants, standards, and organizations. It will involve a series of demonstrations – some live, some tabletop – touching various interworking scenarios. A certain amount of hackathon activity will also take place to add missing lycans and/or fix bugs to further enhance this interworking environment.
OASIS work involved in the workshop includes: OCA PACE, OASIS OpenC2, OASIS TAC, OASIS CACAO, and OASIS CSAF. Additional work projects may be added.
The Open Command and Control Technical Committee (OpenC2 TC) will host a two day Plug Fest on 27-28 January. USCYBERCOM Dreamport has graciously offered to host the event at their Columbia, Maryland venue. Registration is still open. Learn more about how you can participate: https://dreamport.tech/events/event-open-c2-plug-fest-01272820.php
This year six members of the OASIS KMIP Technical Committee (TC) will provide demonstrations of KMIP v2.0 and KMIP v2.1 during the RSA Conference 2020 in Booth 1247. This demonstration will allow RSA visitors to interact with multiple vendors demonstrating interchange of security objects, as well as provision of encryption keys and cryptographic services across a common interface. Representatives from OASIS KMIP TC Members, Cryptsoft, Fortanix, IBM, PrimeKey, Quintessence Labs and Utimaco will demonstrate the full key management lifecycle including creating, registering, locating, retrieving, deleting, and transferring symmetric and asymmetric keys and certificates among vendor systems.
The Baseline hackathon bounties, on Gitcoin, are deliverable from the recent Baseline Protocol Summit and other activities in the month of November 2020. These will include protocol level challenges ranging from general distributed systems issues like messaging, scaling and throughput issues, system integration issues, and project opportunities such as an identity service and “Layer 2” solutions. Over $10,000 in prizes were available to participants.
The Cybersecurity Automation Mashup was a virtual OpenC2 SBOM PoC/Plugfest/Hackathon. The event combined a plugfest with a hackathon with a proof-of-concept. It was also a mashup of the efforts from OpenC2, SBOM, IACD, SCAPv2, OCA, CACAO, … combining all these concepts to demonstrate use cases showing the value of automated defense.
More information on the Cybersecurity Automation Mashup event may be found online.
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