Update: Open Cybersecurity Alliance Media Coverage
Cathy Morley Foster
We hope everyone is staying safe and well in these times.
We have a news update about the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA). With RSA 2020 behind us, we continue to see additional coverage of our momentum announcement appearing in key media outlets. Here is the latest, including CSO Online, TechRepublic and eSecurity Planet. We are sharing these, as well as previously reported coverage, with all OCA members, in case you have missed any of our updates. This is a great round-up of attention in security news. We thank everyone for being part of the OCA's success.
Please feel free to amplify across your social media and other channels as it fits with your plans, if you haven't already done so. We on the PR team continue to monitor for coverage, including lead Cassy Lalan, IBM; Craig Sirois, IBM; and their teams, and me. Let us know if you have any questions.
ZDNet Cybersecurity alliance launches first open source messaging framework for security tools https://zd.net/2TdqOON
Politico Morning Cybersecurity (Newsletter) Speaking of Alliances https://politi.co/2SYgn2Q
Tech Radar Open Cybersecurity Alliance debuts open source language to tackle fragmentation http://bit.ly/2w1Al3R
Axios Codebook (Newsletter) The Open Cybersecurity Alliance has published the framework for a new language intended to allow better integration of competing security tools
SDxCentral AT&T, Raytheon, Armis Join Open Cybersecurity Alliance http://bit.ly/2TaxMUN
Cyberwire Daily Briefing (Newsletter) AT&T, Raytheon, Armis Join Open Cybersecurity Alliance http://bit.ly/38ZLvoi
Computer Weekly Open security group unveils common OpenDXL language http://bit.ly/2PgA3Nd
Enterprise Times Is OpenDXL Ontology, Tolkien’s One Ring for cybersecurity? http://bit.ly/2PmSHmE
Analytics India Magazine OpenDXL Ontology: First Open Source Language to Connect Security Tools Launched http://bit.ly/2TaxMUN
CRN India Open Cybersecurity Alliance unveils first open source language to connect security tools http://bit.ly/3c3zHTQ
Dark Reading Open Cybersecurity Alliance Releases New Language for Security Integration http://bit.ly/32wA19a
The Asian Age Open Cybersecurity Alliance unveils open source language to connect security tools http://bit.ly/2Vsew7U
Cloud Wedge First Open-Source Cybersecurity Language Released http://bit.ly/32wfsd5
IT Pro Portal Cybersecurity consortium launches framework to boost interoperability http://bit.ly/37ZDTAS
Mash Viral Cybersecurity alliance launches first open source messaging framework for security tools http://bit.ly/3c3zUGC
ELE Times Unveiling first open source language for security tools http://bit.ly/2SWOmZk
Cell IT Open Cybersecurity Alliance Unveils First Open Source Language to Connect Security Tools http://bit.ly/2wM4Ue8
Tech Talk Thai Open Cybersecurity Alliance releases Messaging Framework 'OpenDXL' for connecting security devices http://bit.ly/2HUHCoB
Computer Weekly "Microscope": McAfee stresses benefits of open approach to partners http://bit.ly/2w41wuA
Deccan Chronicle Open Cybersecurity Alliance releases Messaging Framework 'OpenDXL' for connecting security devices http://bit.ly/3ad7LLC
BW CIO World Open Cybersecurity Alliance Releases New Language for Security Integration http://bit.ly/2wTUuJv
Sepe Digital Insight Open Cybersecurity Alliance debuts open source language to tackle fragmentation http://bit.ly/2vobffr
Acrosoft Solutions UK Open Cybersecurity Alliance debuts open source language to tackle fragmentation
New Paper 24 Tech News Open Cybersecurity Alliance Debuts Open Source Language To Tackle Fragmentation http://bit.ly/2I4xuKg
Intelligence Community News Open Cybersecurity Alliance Releases New Language for Security Integration http://bit.ly/3a8VNSY
Silicon.fr OpenDXL Ontology: a common language for security software http://bit.ly/32yuyip
News Dio Open Cybersecurity Alliance presents open source language to address fragmentation http://bit.ly/3ciwMXC
Iran Information Technology Center McAfee stresses benefits of open approach to partners http://bit.ly/2HWDdBM
IT Home Open Cyber Security Alliance OCA launched by IBM and McAfee, releases common language framework for security products http://bit.ly/3cg2cOf
AE Research Open security group launch a new language to connect security tools http://bit.ly/2I2OuAz
Best Gaming Pro Open Cybersecurity Alliance debuts open source language to tackle fragmentation http://bit.ly/2wcoAaH
eSecurity Planet: 20 Vendors Making News at RSA 2020 https://bit.ly/2JjfgFq
TechRepublic: Open Cybersecurity Alliance looks for new members and new projects at RSA https://tek.io/3amWjgS
CSO Online: Open-source options offer increased SOC tool interoperability https://bit.ly/2QMURN2
Security Intelligence: Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA) Advances Mission to Bring Interoperability Across Cybersecurity Products https://ibm.co/39p4VCi
Enterprise Times: NTT Ltd Expands Partnership with Palo Alto Networks https://bit.ly/2UB7iMY
MSSP Alert: Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News https://bit.ly/39lR8fR
Security Intelligence: The Past, Present and Future of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM): The Future: Innovating with Open and Interoperable Cybersecurity https://ibm.co/3ao5uxF
Revista Cloud Computing: Desvelado el primer lenguaje de código abierto para conectar herramientas de seguridad https://bit.ly/2Uk0owM
Enterprise Talk: Open Cybersecurity Alliance Launches First Open Source Framework https://bit.ly/33RcVe5
Security Intelligence: Creating AI without Bias https://ibm.co/2JhUcis
FCW: Data exchange and cybersecurity https://bit.ly/3dzS9UP
Cathy Morley Foster
Open Cybersecurity Alliance
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Updates to the OASIS Open Project Rules approved by the Board of Directors
Participants in OASIS Technical Committees and Open Projects,
At its meeting on 06 March 2020, the OASIS Board of Directors approved a set of edits to the OASIS Open Project Rules (https://www.oasis-open.org/policies-guidelines/open-projects-process).
The changes approved constitute clarifications of the text and do not affect the substance of the rules. You need not change how you are currently working.
Broadly, the changes:
- Clarify when an Entity Contributor License Agreement (ECLA) is required;
- Clarify that an entity may sponsor an Open Project without being required to appoint a representative to the Project Governing board and sign an ECLA;
- Clarify when notice must be given to an Open Project's participants before a required approval action can be taken;
- Clarify that ECLAs are signed for specific Open Projects; and
- Add CC-0 to the list of Applicable Licenses.
The attached redlined file shows these changes in detail.
You can find the new rules posted on the OASIS Policies page (https://www.oasis-open.org/policies-guidelines/). The changes are effective immediately.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.