OpenSSF Introduces Siren Security Platform


Intelligence sharing list provides open source security knowledge and expertise.

The OpenSSF has announced Siren, “a collaborative effort to aggregate and disseminate threat intelligence specific to open source projects.”

According to the announcement, the Siren intelligence sharing list “provides a secure and transparent environment” for keeping the open source community informed of threats and activities.

Key features of OpenSSF Siren include:

  • Open source threat intelligence: Info about actively exploited public vulnerabilities and threats is shared with the community.
  • Real-time updates: List members receive notifications via email about emerging threats.
  • TLP:CLEAR: The list follows the Traffic Light Protocol (TLP), with clear guidelines for the sharing and handling of intelligence.
  • Community-driven: Leverages community knowledge and expertise to foster a culture of shared responsibility and collective defense.

Learn how to sign up and get involved at OpenSSF.



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