Security Device Event Exchange

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Security Device Event Exchange (SDEE) is a new standard proposed by the International Computer Security Association that specifies the format of messages and protocol used to communicate events generated by security devices.

This protocol is used in the Cisco Systems IPS Sensor 5.0 to replace Remote Data Exchange Protocol (RDEP), which is used by earlier versions of the Cisco IDS Sensor.

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