The OsmocomBB project is a Free Software implementation of the GSM protocol stack running on a mobile phone. For decades, the cellular industry comprised by cellphone chipset makers and network operators keep their hardware and system-level software as well as GSM protocol stack implementations closed.
At the Cyber Security 2011 event this question came up. Do you have a social media protocol in your company? And does the protocol achieve its goal? How do you monitor it? What are the legal aspects?
Social Media Protocol
This protocol is for the use of Merton Council staff, and aims to help them make responsible decisions and get the most out of social media tools. We have published this on the website because we have received a number of requests from other organisations wishing to read it.
Security products and checklist authors assemble content from SCAP data repositories to create viable SCAP-expressed security guidance. A security configuration checklist that documents desired security configuration settings, installed patches, and other system security elements using a standardized SCAP format is known as an SCAP-expressed checklist.
Such a checklist would use XCCDF to describe the checklist, CCE to identify security configuration settings to be addressed or assessed, and CPE to identify platforms for which the checklist is valid.