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AWS, Splunk lead open source effort to spot and curb cyberattacks – Cybersecurity Dive

A broad group of 18 tech companies are collaborating to establish a less cumbersome model for cybersecurity defense coordination.
The project’s backers intend to simplify data classification in a vendor-neutral framework to help security teams spend less time normalizing data and more time on defense.
The Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework, which builds upon Symantec’s Integrated Cyber Defense Exchange Schema, includes contributions from Cloudflare, CrowdStrike, DTEX, IBM Security, IronNet, JupiterOne, Okta, Palo Alto Networks, Rapid7, Salesforce, Securonix, Sumo Logic, Tanium, Trend Micro and Zscaler.
Two of the world’s largest cloud providers, Microsoft and Google, were not included in the initial slate of backers. The group of 18 companies announced the project at the Black Hat USA conference in Las Vegas and said it’s available for use and open to contributions.
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