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Security Content Automation Protocol SCAP

Asset Reporting Format (ARF)

The Asset Reporting Format (ARF) is a data model to express the transport format of information about assets, and the relationships between assets and reports. The standardized data model facilitates the reporting, correlating, and fusing of asset information throughout and between organizations. ARF is vendor and technology neutral, flexible, and suited for a wide variety of reporting applications.

The Emerging Specifications Discussion List is available for developers interested in ARF and other emerging security automation standards. Please subscribe to this list through the SCAP Community page.

ARF Resources

ARF 1.1 Resources (June 21, 2011)

XML Schema Files: [what is a schema?]

ARF 1.1 Schema (XSD 1.0)

File was updated on Feb 13, 2012
  See changelog in the schema for details



ARF 1.0 (Early Access 1) Resources (July 23, 2010)

XML Schema Files: [what is a schema?]

ARF 1.0 Schema (Early Access 1) (XSD 1.0)

Created December 07, 2016, Updated May 13, 2024