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NSA’s new open language for cyber-defenses will aid interoperability

Led by the NSA, a group of cybersecurity experts and vendors has been busy behind the scenes for more than a year, developing an open, standardized computer language for the command and control of cyber-defenses — OpenC2. The idea of OpenC2 is to let different elements of cyber-defense technology communicate at machine speed — regardless of whether or not they are made by the same vendor and no matter which programming language they use.

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