Here's our findings file for those who couldn't open it.
Regarding applications that have gone through several owners, we plan to have a relationship showing deprecation for vendors (i.e., Citadel <productnamehere> has now been deprecated at the vendor level so that it now reads McAfee <productnamehere>, where the product name remains the same and only the vendor name changes.
Regarding another thread vis-a=vie product naming and detailed issues, the UCF team will happily apply our mapping staff to this issue and will both vet, suggest changes, and maintain the information in the list no cost to anyone.
Dorian J. Cougias
Founder and Lead Analyst, Unified Compliance Framework
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