Security and Ontology Resources
This research explores controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, and ontologies to make progress toward a science of cybersecurity.
Software Engineering Institute
We are aware of the need for controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, and ontologies to make progress toward a science of cybersecurity. SEI researchers are addressing this gap by developing the discipline's first common vocabulary.
In this paper, the authors describe the shortcomings of the incident management meta-model and how an incident management ontology addresses those shortcomings.
In this paper, the authors describe the components of the CERT Incident Management Body of Knowledge (CIMBOK) and how they were constructed.
In this report, the authors present results of the Malware Analysis Lexicon (MAL) initiative, which developed the first common vocabulary for malware analysis.
In this podcast, Dave Mundie explains why a common language is essential to developing a shared understanding to better analyze malicious code.
FAQ: Collaboration Between the CERT Coordination Center and Computer Security Incident Response Teams Worldwide
This FAQ answers questions related to the collaboration between the CERT/CC and CSIRTs worldwide.