Updates

October 10, 2019

Technology Talk: CDR Link

CDR Link makes it easy for your community to ask for digital security help—and for you to provide it. Interested in learning more about what CDR Link is, who it's for and why it's secure? Listen to this quick interview with CDR Security Director, Ingrid Skoog.

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September 18, 2019

CDR Link has reached 1.0 status!

The CDR Link platform is for anyone wishing to offer their community a secure, multi-channel, mobile-first way to get in touch and ask for assistance. It enables an easy way for communities to ask for help and for responder to provide it. It’s super flexible and we’re excited to hear how people will be using it.

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June 26, 2019

An Ecosystem of Extensions.

As we’ve mentioned before, CDR Link adheres to the Unix-like philosophy of utilizing an ecosystem of small, repurpose-able programs that handle discreet tasks well, rather than producing one monolithic thing that does many things badly.

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June 3, 2019

Leafcutter: The glue binding the data together.

CDR Link isn’t a single platform, it’s an ecoystem of interconnected technologies and data streams. Users file tickets in Zammad via extensions integrating email, web forms, Signal, WhatsApp, and Telegram. That data will be scrubbed and normalized and sent to MISP, the open-source threat sharing and analysis database. Third-party data from trusted parters will combine with ticketing data in MISP. All datasets will be made accessible for analysis and sharing with the non-technical community via a data usability and accessibility layer.

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