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20-21 Sep 2017
Rome, Italy

The 2017 Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Implementation Workshop, will be 20-21 September, in Rome, Italy, at the National Fire Corps Academy of Italy, Istituto Superiore
Antincendi (ISA). There is no charge to participate and anyone interested in emergency alerting is welcome: managers, technical staff, media, etc., including commercial organizations, governments, and non-governmental organizations.

The Workshop is co-sponsored by OASIS (home of the CAP standard), International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), ITU, and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

22 Sep 2017
Rome, Italy

On 22 September, the half day workshop will present the OASIS Standards that support the emergency management mission, focusing on Emergency Management Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) standards along with the reference information model and tools available for use. There will be also presentations of how EDXL is being used in operational systems.

There is no charge to attend the event. Reserve your seat.

01 Oct 2017
Baltimore, Maryland

OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence Committee Chair, Richard Struse, will lead a STIX workshop at this year's FS-ISAC Fall Summit. The workshop will focus on the STIX 2.0 Cyber Threat Intelligence data model targeted to security professionals who have a need to understand and manipulate threat intelligence. Emphasis will be placed on translating real-world published threat reports into the STIX data model. 

The workshop will conclude with a presentation from FS-ISAC member, Alex Foley (VP-Global Information Security at Bank of America). Alex will share his experiences leveraging the capabilities of STIX and TAXII within BofA, and address the impact he feels the standards have made across the industry (e.g., helping to reduce the cascading effects of threats). In addition, Alex will lead an open discussion where attendees will be able to share opinions/experiences, outline areas for improvement, and provide feedback to the developers.


2-4 Oct 2017
Washington, D.C.

Join us at CSX North America -- stop by the OASIS Booth #407.

CSX sessions provide unique opportunities to learn from top experts in the field. Each track is offered in 2 levels of complexity: Essential and Advanced. At CSX 2017 North America you will find a degree of customization for your conference education experience.

What is CSX North America? The CSX North America Conference is one of ISACA’s primary annual events focused on cyber security, current cyber threats, and security. The event centers on cyber security leaders providing attendees with sessions focused on cyber security training, tools, and tactics.


14-15 Nov 2017
Istanbul, Turkey

IFINSEC Financial Sector IT Security Conference and Exhibition is one of the most important conferences in EMEA regionon IT Security, Information Security, Network in the EMEA region focusing on IT Security, Information Security, Network Security, Big Data Security, Application Security, End User Security, Database Security, Mobile Security and Cloud Security technologies and solutions for Financial Sector. An intensive participation is expected to IFINSEC 2017 Conference from EMEA region and also from others parts of the world. For more information, please visit or contact  

6-8 Dec 2017
Prague, The Czech Republic

Call for Presentations is open. Deadline 16 August.

OASIS and FIRST will join forces in December to present a two-day program geared toward bringing together cyber threat intelligence experts from industry, government agencies, and CSIRTs worldwide to share experiences, debate, and collaborate on strategies, tactics and practices to effectively protect your organization.

We invite you to be part of the conversation. If you have ideas and experiences worth sharing with people who are responsible for setting their organization’s cyber strategy, please submit an abstract. Presentations should target a technical audience from various disciplines, such as security teams, commercial security vendors, open-source security developers, CSIRTs, and maintainers of open security standards. Success (or failure) stories, ideas for fresh approaches, new research findings, and even analyses of policy trends are all welcome.


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