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.
Protographs: Graph-Based Approach to NetFlow Analysis
By Jeff Janies
In this presentation Jeff Janies discusses how social networks can complement existing volumetric analysis.Learn More
Security Incident Discovery and Correlation on .Gov Networks
By Cory Mazzola (Department of Homeland Security), Timothy Tragesser (Department of Homeland Security)
In this presentation, the authors discuss their work on correlating security incident discovery to .gov networks.Learn More
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