New versions of STIX and TAXII standards enable automatic exchange of cyber threat data

New versions STIX TAXII standards enable automatic exchange cyber threat data

STIX and TAXII enable you to analyze and share cyber threat data with trusted partners and communities.

OASIS and members of the Cyber ​​Threat Analysis Technical Committee (CTI) endorse Structured Threat Information Expression (STIX) v2.1 and Trusted Automated Exchange of Intelligence Information (TAXII) v2.1 as official OASIS standards

The STIX and TAXII standards enable cyber threat data to be analyzed and shared with trusted partners and communities, so it is widely used to prevent and defend against cyber attacks.

The STIX standard defines a language for the exchange of structured data in a consistent, machine-readable manner, thereby enabling companies to predict and respond to threats faster and more efficiently. STIX v2.1 introduces new objects and concepts, as well as improvements based on the experience of the previous v2.0. The new objects and functions represent an iterative approach to meeting the basic user and vendor requirements for the exchange of threat intelligence.

TAXII is a transport protocol specifically designed to enable STIX communications over Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTPS). TAXII enables organizations to exchange threat data by defining an API that follows common exchange patterns.

OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) is a global consortium that manages the development, convergence and adoption of industrial e-commerce standards within the international information community.

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