Open Matters is an interactive interview-style podcast covering developments, challenges and areas of interest within the Open Development Ecosystem. The show will feature industry luminaries discussing topics related to open standards, open source and how to effectively combine the work of those communities.
Cybersecurity & Intersectional Risk: Why Should We Care?
On this edition of Open Matters, Guy Martin welcomes Josh Corman (Previously Chief Strategist, CISA COVID Task Force) to discuss why we must get cybersecurity right, what’s riding on this, and how Intersectional Risk & Cybersecurity are related.
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OriginBX – Knowing the Provenance of Physical Goods
On this edition of Open Matters, Guy Martin welcomes Todd Smith, Founder & CEO of KYG.Trade & Chair of the OriginBX OASIS Open Project.
Cybersecurity & The Evolution of STIX & TAXII
Rich Struse (Director of Center for Threat Informed Defense @ MITRE, CTI TC Co-Chair and OASIS Open Board Member)
Trey Darley (Systems and Security Architect at CERT.be and CTI TC Co-Chair)
If you want to learn more about the STIX and TAXII work, or other OASIS projects, you can find us at oasis-open.org. Let’s continue the conversation on Twitter at @OASISOpen.
Buyer’s Guide to Foundations
Rich Bowen (Director @ Red Hat, OASIS Open Board Member and Apache Foundation Board Member)
Building a Hybrid SDO/OSS Model
Chris Ferris (IBM CTO of Open Technology and Fellow)
Clarify how (or even why) open source and open standards should coexist
Give concrete examples of how to manage IPR/other challenges
Understand the context of how organizations work with open standards
OOEF: Launching OASIS Open Europe Foundation
Laetitia Cailleteau (OOEF Board Director/Accenture)
Dr. Carol Cosgrove-Sacks (Senior Advisor, International Standards Policy @ OASIS)
OOEF was launched officially in January of 2021 and has a diverse & talented Board of Directors
OOEF is positioned to assist the European Commission & all of Europe with Open Standards & Open Source activities
OOEF Board has already highlighted potential areas of focus like AI, Data Sovereignty and Cybersecurity, but is looking for more ideas