Working Through the Semantics of Information Security

by Adam Montville on 2012-01-04 21:10:59

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For quite some time I've been thinking (not originally, mind you) that the semantics of information security is difficult.  I've thought that I should start working on an ontology - encoding information security knowledge in a manner that machines can understand - but I've been far too busy to do it alone.

So, I'm kicking off an open initiative you can learn more about here: https://stoicsecurity.com/2011/12/29/rarely-affirm-seldom-deny-always-distinguish/.  

Participate or not, that's up to you.  But, if you have thoughts or comments about whether an effort like this could be worthwhile, I welcome the discussion.

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2012-01-30 23:32:51 by CP Constantine

I'm *loving* this neologism software you're using. I've been experimenting with RDF as a semantic layer in a current project : this certainly makes it easier.

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2012-01-30 23:46:19 by Michael Menefee

the direct link to the project is https://stoicsecurity.com/vocabulary/ind

interesting concept... 

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