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Cybersecurity Leaders Launch Initiative for Interoperable Security Technologies to Thwart Attacks

IBM Security and McAfee, in association with OASIS, are leading an industry initiative to bring interoperability and data sharing across cybersecurity products.

The OASIS international consortium is leading an industry initiative to bring interoperability and data sharing across cybersecurity products. With initial open source content and code contributed by IBM Security and McAfee, and formed under the auspices of OASIS, the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA) brings together organizations and individuals from around the world to develop open source security technologies which can freely exchange information, insights, analytics, and orchestrated responses.

The purpose of the OCA is to develop and promote sets of open source common content, code, tooling, patterns, and practices for interoperability and sharing data among cybersecurity tools. For enterprise users, this means Improving security visibility and ability to discover new insights and findings that might otherwise have been missed; Extracting more value from existing products and reducing vendor lock-in; Connecting data and sharing insights across products.

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