[scap_interest] Security automation and MILE

<kathleen.moriarty@emc.com> Tue, 14 February 2012 14:47 UTC

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In support of this effort, I plan to write and submit a draft very soon to show the relevance of this work to the IETF work in MILE.  The Structured Cybersecurity Information draft that extends IODEF is a very clear connection.  The GRC-Exchange work is another connection point.  Once I have it posted, I will share the link to this mailing list.

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