DHS transitioned TAXII, STIX, and CybOX to Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS), a non-profit consortium that drives the development, convergence, and adoption of open standards for the global information society. The Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Technical Committee (TC) now leads the ongoing development of these standards. Organizations and individuals that wish to play a regular and active role in the shaping of these standards should consider joining OASIS and the CTI TC. Learn more about the transition:
Everything that the CTI TC does is public and the discussions around the evolution of the specifications are no exception. Therefore, the CTI TC and TAXII subcommittee member-only lists are publicly archived for access by anyone at the following links:
Non-OASIS members can sign up for the public cti-users mailing list:
Organizations and individuals who are not OASIS CTI TC members may provide comments to the CTI TC via the CTI TC Public Comment List:
The TAXII Test Server is a proof-of-concept deployment of TAXII that enables testing of TAXII 1.1 capabilities. The TAXII Test Server demonstrates one way in which TAXII can be implemented and architected. Many other configurations, architectures, implementations, and deployments of TAXII are possible. More information can be found on the TAXII Test Server's home page.
The TAXII Test Server is available at taxiitest.mitre.org
A growing list of products, services, and sharing communities using TAXII and STIX.