The new Open Cybersecurity Alliance, co-founded by IBM Security and McAfee, aims to make security products and tools that exchange telemetry data by default, making security architecture integration easier and more effective.
- Open Cybersecurity Alliance co-founders IBM Security and McAfee have both open-sourced and donated their own respective intellectual property to the alliance, allowing partners and competitors alike to benefit from years' worth of technology investment.
Features and Benefits
- Understand how the Open Cybersecurity Alliance intends to help foster standardization in how security products and tools exchange data.
- Learn why OASIS makes for a near-perfect home for the Open Cybersecurity Alliance.
Key questions answered
- How will OCA improve how cybersecurity products to transmit and receive data in a standardized format using open source technologies?
- Which standards does OASIS support?
Table of contents
Understanding the security product integration challenge
Creating a path from standards to out-of-the-box interoperability
Integration enablement as a strategic imperative