The OpenDXL Ontology project is focused on the development of an open and interoperable cybersecurity messaging format for use with the OpenDXL messaging bus.
See the Wiki for more information regarding the OpenDXL Ontology, including frequently asked questions.
What is the OpenDXL Ontology?
- Focused on development of open, interoperable cybersecurity messaging format for use with OpenDXL messaging bus
- Categorized set of messages used to perform actions on cybersecurity products and notifications used to signal when significant security-related events occur
- Incorporates other common open standards for message content (OpenC2, STIX, etc.)
- Includes sample code that demonstrates how to integrate the ontology into existing security products and related solutions
- Documented using the OpenDXL API Specification format
- Offered under the Apache 2.0 license
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