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Cyber Observable eXpression

A Structured Language for Cyber Observables

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March 26, 2014

CybOX and STIX Mentioned in Book about Applied Security Network Monitoring

CybOX and Structured Threat Information Expression (STIX™) are mentioned in a book entitled "Applied Network Security Monitoring: Collection, Detection, and Analysis," by Chris Sanders and Jason Smith (Syngress; December 19, 2013). CybOX and STIX are mentioned in Chapter 7, "Detection Mechanisms, Indicators of Compromise, and Signatures." The book is available for purchase from the publisher, as well as from bookstores.

January 23, 2014

CybOX Version 2.1 Now Available

Version 2.1 of the CybOX Language is now available on the CybOX Web site. This is a minor release, per the CybOX Language Versioning Policy.

Version 2.1 includes numerous updates such as: added capabilities for recording observable sightings and geolocation information; added capabilities and fields to CybOX Object Property types; added several new object schemas including Archive Object, Domain Object, and Image Object; addressed critical bug fixes to several objects; and updated schema annotations for correctness and consistency.

A detailed list of the updates for Version 2.1 is available in the Release Notes posted on the CybOX Language Version 2.1 page.

Feedback is welcome on the CybOX Community Discussion email list and/or directly to cybox@mitre.org.

January 9, 2014

Release Candidate of CybOX Version 2.1 Now Available

A Release Candidate of Version 2.1 of the CybOX Language is now available on the CybOX Web site. Version 2.1 will be a minor release, per the CybOX Language Versioning Policy, and is scheduled to be moved to the Official state on January 23, 2014.

A complete list of the updates for Version 2.1 is available in the Release Notes.

Feedback is welcome on the CybOX Community Discussion email list and/or directly to cybox@mitre.org.

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