The Trusted Data Format (TDF) is an XML based file format used by the United States Intelligence Community for the purposes of enabling file level tagging and security features. These features include assertion of data properties or tags, cryptographic binding and data encryption. The TDF is open source and requires no use of proprietary or patented technology and is thus free for anyone to use.

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  • The Trusted Data Format (TDF) is an XML based file format used by the United States Intelligence Community for the purposes of enabling file level tagging and security features. These features include assertion of data properties or tags, cryptographic binding and data encryption. The TDF is open source and requires no use of proprietary or patented technology and is thus free for anyone to use. (en)
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  • The Trusted Data Format (TDF) is an XML based file format used by the United States Intelligence Community for the purposes of enabling file level tagging and security features. These features include assertion of data properties or tags, cryptographic binding and data encryption. The TDF is open source and requires no use of proprietary or patented technology and is thus free for anyone to use. (en)
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  • Trusted Data Format (en)
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