Updated on 2022-11-02: TLP 2.0 enters into effect
CISA has begun formally using the new TLP 2.0 protocol, announced earlier this year.
TLP Version 2.0. is here! 🚦
Beginning today, @CISAgov will adopt @FIRSTdotOrg’s newest updates to #TrafficLightProtocol this month to facilitate greater sharing of potentially sensitive information. More at https://t.co/6XaGOezwkz. #Cybersecurity #InfoSec #TLP pic.twitter.com/KYDJ4DKIlp
— US-CERT (@USCERT_gov) November 1, 2022
Updated on 2022-10-03
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said it plans to migrate to the new TLP 2.0 protocol in November this year. Read more: CISA Publishes User Guide to Prepare for Nov. 1 Move to TLP 2.0
The CISA issued a user guide to help organizations and businesses move from Traffic Light Protocol (TLP) version 1.0 to TLP 2.0, application November 1, 2022, and onward. Read more: CISA Issues Guidance on Transitioning to TLP 2.0