FloCon 2015 Collection
These presentations were given at FloCon 2015, 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.
The theme of FloCon 2015 was "Formalizing the Art," and participants discussed the art of network analysis and how to make it more formal, rigorous, reliable, well-grounded, or repeatable. Participants also discussed academic advances in novel analytics and the operationalization and automation of well-known techniques.
Statistical Model for Simulation of Normal User Traffic
In this presentation, Jan proposes three techniques to generate NetFlow/IPFIX records that mimic the traffic of a real user.Learn More
StreamWorks – A System for Real-Time Graph Pattern Matching on Network Traffic
By George Chin (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Sutanay Choudhury (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Khushbu Agarwal (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
In this presentation, the authors describe the emerging graph pattern approach and the system design of StreamWorks and demonstrate its emerging threat detection capabilities.Learn More
Toa: A Web-Based NetFlow Data Network Monitoring System
By José R. Ortiz Ubarri (University of Puerto Rico), Humberto Ortiz-Zuazaga (University of Puerto Rico), Eric Santos (University of Puerto Rico), Albert Maldonado (University of Puerto Rico), Jhensen Grullon (University of Puerto Rico)
In this presentation, the authors discuss Toa, a web-based NetFlow data network monitoring system (NMS).Learn More
Why to Measure: Economics and Data in Security Policy
In this video from FloCon 2015, Allan Friedman gives a keynote presentation titled "Why to Measure: Economics and Data in Security Policy."Watch
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