FloCon 2011 Collection
These presentations and resource documents were provided at FloCon 2011, an open conference that provides operational network analysts, tool developers, and researchers a forum to discuss the analysis of large volumes of traffic to showcase the next generation of flow-based analysis techniques.
At FloCon 2011, participants focused on learning about their networks and confirming what we know about them. Participants explored a wide range of topics and discussed dark space, how many web servers you're actually operating, spam, and DNS servers and their susceptibility to cache poisoning.
From Data Collection to Action: Achieving Rapid Identification of Cyber Threats and Perpetrators
In this presentation, Joel Ebrahimi shows how to use data retention to identify cybersecurity threats and learn what capabilities cyber analysts must have.Learn More
Garbage Collection: Using Flow to Understand Private Network Data Leakage
By Sid Faber
In this presentation, Sid Faber shows how you can use garbage collection to explore data leakage in your network.Learn More
Leveraging Other Data Sources with Flow to Identify Anomalous Network Behavior
In this presentation, the authors discuss how to create high-quality events without sacrificing scalability.Learn More
Network Flow Data Analysis Using Graph Pattern Search
In this presentation, Josh Goldfarb discusses problems, solutions, and tools related to using graph pattern searches to analyze network flow data.Learn More
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