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Common Alerting Protocol

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Cybersecurity
- Agencies
- - White House
- - DHS
- - NIST
- - NTIA
- - FCC
- Reference
- Cryptography

Crimes Against Network
- Worms, Viruses, Attacks
- Hackers
- DOS
- Wireless Malware
- WiFi Security
- Cyberwar
- Network Reliability
- Infrastructure Protection
- - Kill Switch

Crimes Over Network
- CyberStalking
- Fraud
- - Auctions
- - Phishing
- Gambling
- Hoaxes
- ID Theft
- Offensive Words

Info Gathering
- Wiretaps
- CALEA
- ECPA
- FISA
- Forensics
- Carnivore
- Patriot Act
- Data Retention
- Safe Web Act

Emergency
- EAS
- Assessment
- Reliability
- Vulnerabilities

CAP 1.1 has been adopted as an OASIS Standard.

Emergency Interoperability Consortium "Working in conjunction with the Emergency Management Technical Committee at OASIS, the EIC has helped produce the first valid Web service standard for the exchange of critical alert information through the Common Alerting Protocol CAP. "

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Supporters

Gov Activity

Other Protocols

See also

Papers

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